CBB Draft Kit: Top-150 Overall Rankings

CBB Draft Kit: Top-150 Overall Rankings

This article is part of our Draft Kit series.

Top 150 Overall Players

  1. Drew Timme – Gonzaga
  2. Kofi Cockburn – Illinois
  3. Trayce Jackson-Davis – Indiana
  4. Marcus Carr – Texas
  5. Max Abmas – Oral Roberts
  6. Tre Mitchell – Texas
  7. Trevion Williams – Purdue
  8. Kendric Davis – SMU
  9. Remy Martin – Kansas
  10. Julian Champagnie – St. John's
  11. Scotty Pippen, Jr. – Vanderbilt
  12. Timmy Allen – Texas
  13. Jayden Gardner – Virginia
  14. Collin Gillespie – Villanova
  15. Johnny Juzang – UCLA
  16. Paolo Banchero – Duke
  17. Jalen Duren – Memphis
  18. E.J. Liddell – Ohio State
  19. Kellan Grady – Kentucky
  20. Kyle Lofton – St. Bonaventure
  21. Kevin Obanor – Texas Tech
  22. Stanley Umude – Arkansas
  23. Javonte Perkins – St. Louis
  24. Marreon Jackson – Arizona State
  25. Buddy Boeheim – Syracuse
  26. DeVante' Jones – Michigan
  27. Tanner Groves – Oklahoma
  28. David Roddy – Colorado State
  29. AJ Bramah – Nevada
  30. AJ Green – Northern Iowa
  31. Fardaws Aimaq – Utah Valley State
  32. Zach Freemantle – Xavier
  33. Keyontae Johnson – Florida
  34. Matt Bradley – San Diego State
  35. Hunter Dickinson – Michigan
  36. Chet Holmgren – Gonzaga
  37. Ty Etienne – Wichita State
  38. James Bishop – George Washington
  39. Isiaih Mosley – Missouri State
  40. Nick Muszynski – Belmont
  41. Tevin Brown – Murray State
  42. John-Michael Wright – High Point
  43. Josh Mballa – Buffalo
  44. Keve Aluma – Virginia Tech
  45. Tyreke Key – Indiana State
  46. Ahsan Asadullah – Lipscomb
  47. Dylan Painter – Delaware
  48. Quincy Guerrier – Oregon
  49. Jimmy Boeheim – Syracuse
  50. Javon Freeman-Liberty – DePaul
  51. Nate Watson – Providence
  52. Ryan Davis – Vermont
  53. Bryce Hamilton – UNLV
  54. Phlandrous Fleming, Jr. – Florida
  55. Nate Laszewski – Notre Dame
  56. Orlando

Top 150 Overall Players

  1. Drew Timme – Gonzaga
  2. Kofi Cockburn – Illinois
  3. Trayce Jackson-Davis – Indiana
  4. Marcus Carr – Texas
  5. Max Abmas – Oral Roberts
  6. Tre Mitchell – Texas
  7. Trevion Williams – Purdue
  8. Kendric Davis – SMU
  9. Remy Martin – Kansas
  10. Julian Champagnie – St. John's
  11. Scotty Pippen, Jr. – Vanderbilt
  12. Timmy Allen – Texas
  13. Jayden Gardner – Virginia
  14. Collin Gillespie – Villanova
  15. Johnny Juzang – UCLA
  16. Paolo Banchero – Duke
  17. Jalen Duren – Memphis
  18. E.J. Liddell – Ohio State
  19. Kellan Grady – Kentucky
  20. Kyle Lofton – St. Bonaventure
  21. Kevin Obanor – Texas Tech
  22. Stanley Umude – Arkansas
  23. Javonte Perkins – St. Louis
  24. Marreon Jackson – Arizona State
  25. Buddy Boeheim – Syracuse
  26. DeVante' Jones – Michigan
  27. Tanner Groves – Oklahoma
  28. David Roddy – Colorado State
  29. AJ Bramah – Nevada
  30. AJ Green – Northern Iowa
  31. Fardaws Aimaq – Utah Valley State
  32. Zach Freemantle – Xavier
  33. Keyontae Johnson – Florida
  34. Matt Bradley – San Diego State
  35. Hunter Dickinson – Michigan
  36. Chet Holmgren – Gonzaga
  37. Ty Etienne – Wichita State
  38. James Bishop – George Washington
  39. Isiaih Mosley – Missouri State
  40. Nick Muszynski – Belmont
  41. Tevin Brown – Murray State
  42. John-Michael Wright – High Point
  43. Josh Mballa – Buffalo
  44. Keve Aluma – Virginia Tech
  45. Tyreke Key – Indiana State
  46. Ahsan Asadullah – Lipscomb
  47. Dylan Painter – Delaware
  48. Quincy Guerrier – Oregon
  49. Jimmy Boeheim – Syracuse
  50. Javon Freeman-Liberty – DePaul
  51. Nate Watson – Providence
  52. Ryan Davis – Vermont
  53. Bryce Hamilton – UNLV
  54. Phlandrous Fleming, Jr. – Florida
  55. Nate Laszewski – Notre Dame
  56. Orlando Robinson – Fresno State
  57. KeyShawn Feazell – Creighton
  58. Ron Harper, Jr. – Rutgers
  59. Darrion Trammell – Seattle
  60. Zach Nutall – SMU
  61. Paul Scruggs – Xavier
  62. Jayveous McKinnis – Jackson State
  63. Rocky Kreuser – North Dakota State
  64. Taevion Kinsey – Marshall
  65. Oscar Tshiebwe – Kentucky
  66. Patrick Baldwin, Jr. – Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  67. Isaiah Wong – Miami, Fla.
  68. KJ Williams – Murray State
  69. Xavier Johnson – Indiana
  70. Michael Devoe – Georgia Tech
  71. Eli Scott – Loyola-Marymount
  72. Jeenathan Williams – Buffalo
  73. Douglas Wilson – South Dakota State
  74. Dawson Garcia – North Carolina
  75. Landers Nolley II – Memphis
  76. Alex Morales – Wagner
  77. Camren Wynter – Drexel
  78. Osun Osunniyi – St. Bonaventure
  79. Hayden Brown – The Citadel
  80. Alex Barcello – BYU
  81. Josip Vrankic – Santa Clara
  82. Paul Atkinson – Notre Dame
  83. Norchad Omier – Arkansas State
  84. Te'Jon Lucas – BYU
  85. Filip Rebraca – Iowa
  86. Walker Kessler – Auburn
  87. Dylan Disu – Texas
  88. Collin Welp – UC-Irvine
  89. Tamenang Choh – Brown
  90. Fatts Russell – Maryland
  91. Jase Townsend – San Diego
  92. Tanner Holden – Wright State
  93. David McCormack – Kansas
  94. Terry Roberts – Bradley
  95. Gerrale Gates – Holy Cross
  96. Naz Bohannon – Clemson
  97. Jaime Jaquez, Jr. – UCLA
  98. Malik Curry – West Virginia
  99. Trevon Faulkner – Northern Kentucky
  100. Bodie Hume – Northern Colorado
  101. Eliel Nsoseme – Georgia State  
  102. Johni Broome – Morehead State  
  103. James Butler – Drexel
  104. Jacob Gilyard – Richmond
  105. Armando Bacot – North Carolina
  106. Rasir Bolton – Gonzaga
  107. Zach Cooks – Hofstra
  108. Emanuel Miller – TCU
  109. Justice Sueing – Ohio State  
  110. R.J. Gunn – Duquesne
  111. Sincere Carry – Kent State  
  112. Tyler Thomas – Sacred Heart
  113. Ben Vander Plas – Ohio
  114. Gaige Prim – Missouri State  
  115. Charlie Moore – Miami, Fla.
  116. Grant Golden – Richmond
  117. Peter Kiss – Bryant
  118. Jaylen Sims – UNC-Wilmington
  119. Michael Steadman – Massachusetts
  120. Liam Robbins – Vanderbilt
  121. Jahmir Young – Charlotte
  122. K.J. Walton – Akron
  123. Teddy Allen – New Mexico State  
  124. Jalen Wilson – Kansas
  125. Parker Stewart – Indiana
  126. Colin Castleton – Florida
  127. Isaiah Mobley – USC
  128. Rylan Bergersen – Eastern Washington
  129. Kevin Marfo – Quinnipiac
  130. Jovan Blacksher – Grand Canyon
  131. Dwight Wilson – Ohio
  132. MJ Randolph – Florida A&M
  133. Desmond Cambridge – Nevada
  134. Jalen Johnson – Alabama A&M
  135. Ty Rowell – Cal-Baptist
  136. Jalen Ray – Hofstra
  137. Khalif Battle – Temple
  138. Ty Groce – Butler
  139. Taylor Funk – St. Joseph's
  140. ShanQuan Hemphill – Drake
  141. Hunter Maldonado – Wyoming
  142. Michael Weathers – SMU
  143. Jalen Pickett – Penn State  
  144. David Jenkins – Utah
  145. Steve Settle III – Howard
  146. Kameron Langley – North Carolina A&T
  147. Mike Nuga – UNLV
  148. Matthew Mayer – Baylor
  149. Qudus Wahab – Maryland
  150. Antonio Daye, Jr. – Fordham

Editor's Note: These rankings are at the sole discretion of the author and may not coincide perfectly with the projections released on the website in September.

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