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2023 NBA Mock Draft: Ranking the Top 32 2023 NBA Draft Prospects

The 2022 NBA Draft was a few weeks ago but that doesn't mean we can't start thinking about the 2023 NBA Draft. Jason Radowitz is here to break down the top 32 2023 NBA Draft prospects. Here's an early look at a full and early 2023 NBA Mock Draft.
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2023 NBA Mock Draft: Ranking the Top 32 2023 NBA Draft Prospects

The 2022 NBA Draft just concluded a couple of weeks ago. But we truly can't wait for the 2023 NBA Draft. Throughout the entire draft, there's so much talent. Here's an early look at a full and early 2023 NBA Mock Draft.

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1. Victor Wembanyama, C, France

Wembanyama will be the top prospect in 2023. He's extremely long and versatile. At 7-2, there's nothing like him in the NBA. He's the guy everyone wants with the first pick.

2. Scoot Henderson, PG, G League

Henderson averaged nearly 15 points per game while also adding nearly five rebounds and five assists in 31.5 minutes per game as a 17-year-old in the G-League Unite. He'll be playing one more year in the league and even if he doesn't increase his stats, he'll still be a top-five pick.

3. Nick Smith, G, Arkansas

Nick Smith is expected to bring a ton of energy to Arkansas. He's a flat-out scorer and when it proves it in Arkansas, he'll be a top pick in the NBA Draft. He could be the best NCAA player this season.

4. Dariq Whitehead, SF, Duke

Whitehead won the McDonald's Game MVP and is a two-way player coming out of Duke. He's valuable.

5. Cam Whitmoore, SF, Villanova

6. Keyonte George, SG, Baylor

7. Anthony Black, PG, Arkansas

8. Gregory Jackson, PF, South Carolina

9. Jarace Walker, PF, Houston

10. Arthur Kaluma, PF, Creighton

11. Jordan Walsh, SF, Arkansas

12. Ausar Thompson, SG, Overtime Elite

13. Amen Thompson, SG, Overtime Elite

It's always fun to see twins get a chance to showcase their talent at the same time, in the same league! Ausar is expected to be drafted before Amen, but I still think he'll be up there with his brother once this season concludes.

14. Dillon Mitchell, SF, Texas

T15. Kel'el Ware, C, Oregon

T15. Terquavion Smith, G, NC State

T15. Cason Wallace, SG, Kentucky

18. Kyle Filipowski, PF, Duke

19. Chris Livingston, SF, Kentucky

20. Amari Bailey, SG, UCLA

21. Marcus Sasser, PG, Houston

22. Kris Murray, PF, Iowa

Murray figures to be a solid option for teams drafting in the middle of the first round. His brother has already made a solid impact with the Kings and now Murray can lead Iowa this season to make an impact on his NBA team.

T23. Leonard Miller, SF, G League Unite

T23. Grady Dick, SG Kansas

Grady Dick could literally lead Kansas to back-to-back titles this season. The freshman is expected to do big things in Kansas and will only help his stock if he brings Kansas back to the championship game.

25. Dereck Lively, C, Duke

26. Baba Miller, SF, Florida State

27. Kris Murray, PF, Iowa

28. Caleb Love, SG, North Carolina

If UNC has the year that everyone is expecting in 2022-23, Love's draft stock could increase even more.

29. Matthew Cleveland, SG, FSU

30. Brandon Miller, SF, Alabama

31. Ousmane N'Diaye, PF, Senegal

32. Julian Strawther, SF, Gonzaga

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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