As far as fit goes for the Clevelanda Cavaliers, few make m ore sense than Hunter Tyson. Tyson is a five-year player out of Clemson who has the attributs and skillsets the Cavs need to help shore up their offense. The Cavs need better three-point shooting, and guys who can create their own shot. Tyosn has a solid ability to score off a dribble, but he’s also a good catch-and-shoot option.
He may be more the polished player of the four on this list, but that also means that he’s more likely to be a finished project. He may improve some, or even a lot, but at 23, it’s unsure how much more of a ceiling Tyson has.
However, if the Cavs are just looking to snag a rookie who’s ready to play this year for the Cavs, then Tyson, of the four, is the best option.
As a shooter, you can’t find much better at this point in the draft. He shot 40.5% from three in his final year at Clemson, while averaging 17.1 points per game. He’s been a regular scoring machine for the Tigers and the Cavs would do well to snatch him up if he’s on the board still.
He’s also a tremendous rebounder and can play the three or the four on a basketball court. His only knock is if he does play four (power forward), is he’ll need to gain some weight as he’s only about 215 lbs.