PG Jalen Suggs
Sports Illustrated described Jalen Suggs as an “elite-level athlete, hard-nosed competitor, and comfortable sacrificing shots in the interest of team success”. All of that is true. He’s a good scorer inside but does have some trouble being consistent from three-point range, only hitting 33% of his shots from that range. He was one of the leaders on that 2020-2021 Gonzaga team that went 31-1 and fell just short of the NCAA Championship. Two of those three stars from that Gonzaga team are in the draft, and on the list, and Suggs might be the ideal playmaker for the Cavaliers regardless of what happens.
G/F Franz Wagner
Described as someone who’s NBA ready, the 6’9, 220 lb shooting guard/small forward combo is someone that people are high on. His brother, Moritz Wagner is also an NBA player and it looks like Franz could be an impact guy right off the bat. He’s a versatile, point-forward type of forward, putting up 12.5 points per game, 6.5 rebounds per game, and three assists per game during his Sophomore campaign at Michigan. The big man is highly athletic and would add instant size and scoring potential to a backcourt sorely lacking in either.