Duren is one of two bigs that could be difference makers in the late lottery.
The Hornets could keep the Davidson product in North Carolina with their second-round pick.
There’s a slight chance the former Duke wing slips and falls into the Hornets lap.
Notre Dame’s first ever one-and-done player is among the best attackers in the class.
A potential second round big with some intriguing skills.
The Hornets could use some developmental talent at the point guard position.
The silky-smooth shot-maker has emerged as a potential lottery selection.
The lottery’s biggest mystery worked out for Charlotte recently despite not being projected to go in their draft range.
The mid-range master whose hustle defense makes him a prime candidate to be LaMelo Ball’s backcourt partner.
The Hornets need defense, and Sochan provides that.
Highly productive stars are never a bad idea in the second round.
The Hornets need some point guard depth.
There might not be a clearer prospect-team fit in the first round than Williams and the Hornets.
The Hornets need defenders, and Eason is certainly that.
Never hurts to take a shot on an athletic big.
There’s always room for 3&D wings on any NBA roster.
The versatile Australian ball-handler made a strong impression last season with G League Ignite.