Orlando Magic Daily Mock Draft 2.0: Let’s get to business

James Wiseman once was considered the top prospect in the Draft. Now he is among a questionable draft class.(Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images)
James Wiseman once was considered the top prospect in the Draft. Now he is among a questionable draft class.(Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images) /
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Jaden McDaniels, Washington Huskies
Jaden McDaniels did not always produce gaudy numbers at Washington, but his upside could make him a first-round pick. (Photo by William Mancebo/Getty Images) /

The Rest of the First Round

Here is the rest of the first round for our latest mock draft.

118. . PF. Utah Jazz. Jaden McDaniels. 23. player

Jaden McDaniels did not put up impressive stats with Washington this year. But his athleticism and defensive potential could get him into the first round.

Milwaukee Bucks. Jahmi'us Ramsey. 24. player. 89. . G

The Milwaukee Bucks were one of the best shooting teams in the league during the regular season. But their poor shooting in the playoffs cost them. Adding more shooters would help. Jahmi’us Ramsey shot 42.6-percent from deep.

149. . SF. Oklahoma City Thunder. Elijah Hughes. 25. player

Elijah Hughes averaged 19.0 points per game and shot 34.2-percent from deep for Syracuse last year. He still shot fairly efficiently though. And if he can bring that to the league, he could be a good role player.

Josh Green. 26. player. 18. . SG. Boston Celtics

Josh Green is part of a super athletic Arizona team that was stocked with talent. Green was a good scorer. But he relied on his athleticism to get those points. He was not a great shooter and that has probably moved him down draft boards.

27. . G. New York Knicks. Leandro Bolmoro. 27. player

Argentinian Leandro Bolmoro is a tall point guard at 6-foot-7 who is a solid playmaker and a pest defensively. He will need some time to catch up to NBA competition and improve his offensive skill set.

Los Angeles Lakers. Tyler Bey. 28. player. 20. . PF

Tyler Bey is an undersized power forward who was named to the Pac-12 All-Defensive team last year. He was good on teh glass for someone at 6-foot-7, averaging 9.0 rebounds per game. He also stepped out and hit better than 40-percent from beyond the arc.

81. . PF. Toronto Raptors. Paul Reed. 29. player

Wekiva High School alum Paul Reed averaged a double-double at DePaul last year, posting 15.1 points and 10.7 rebounds per game while progressively getting better in his three years in Chicago.

18. . C. Boston Celtics. Daniel Oturu. 30. player

Daniel Oturu posted gaudy numbers with Minnesota — 20.1 points and 11.3 rebounds per game. The Celtics have some good young bigs. But another would not hurt them as they continue to build out a championship-worthy team.

Next. A shifting depth chart reveals Orlando Magic's holes. dark

We will be back with another Mock Draft after the NBA Finals and before the draft begins. There will be plenty of draft coverage before then!