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Where do Pac-12 players rank on the 2019 NBA Draft board?

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Assuming Brandon Randolph is not a surprise second-round pick, 2019 will mark the first time since 2016 that an Arizona Wildcat will not be selected in the NBA Draft, and just the second time it has happened since 2012.

Since it will be uneventful night for the UA, below is a list of where draft prospects from other Pac-12 schools fall on ESPN’s Top 100, which should give you a general idea of where/if they will be picked.

Note that there are only 60 players selected, 30 in each round. The draft begins at 4 p.m. PT on ESPN.

Arizona State Sun Devils

  • Luguentz Dort (28)
  • Zylan Cheatham (45)

Oregon Ducks

  • Bol Bol (14)
  • Louis King (50)
  • Kenny Wooten (85)

Washington Huskies

  • Matisse Thybulle (32)
  • Jaylen Nowell (81)

Stanford Cardinal

  • KZ Okpala (24)

Washington State Cougars

  • Robert Franks (89)

UCLA Bruins

  • Kris Wilkes (75)
  • Jaylen Hands (87)
  • Moses Brown (96)

USC Trojans

  • Kevin Porter Jr. (22)