2020 Prospect Scouting Reports
The Hornets could add some guard depth by going back to the well of players with four years of big college experience.
The senior forward out of Vermont was a massively productive college player that could be available late-second round
The Hornets like drafting Kentucky players, and Quickley could add some depth to their guard rotation.
We have two Martins. Why not have two McDaniels?
The Hornets like to use the second round to pick experienced, versatile players. Bane fits that bill.
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The Hornets could add some potential point guard depth at the back end of the second round.
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The Hornets need an infusion of young talent at the center spot. Oturu could fit that bill early in the second round.
The 19-year-old French combo guard should be getting a lot more buzz as a potential top-three pick than he is
The Hornets can shore up their wing depth at the top of the second round with a player many thought would be a lottery pick just a few months ago.
The Hornets are picking third, which gives them a shot at one of the draft’s best prospects.
Can the 19-year old Duke Freshman be a viable option later in the draft for the Charlotte Hornets?
The athletic big is a top prospect in the 2020 Draft despite playing just three games in college.
The Hornets could look to shore up their perimeter defense with the athletic wing out of Auburn.
The Hornets can add some depth and athleticism to the wing with a standout freshman from the ACC.
The USC big man was arguably the best freshman in the nation last season, and is poised to become a top-10 draft pick.
The Hornets have had great success with one second round point guard from Kansas. Why not make it two?
LaMelo Ball could be the missing piece to Charlotte’s puzzle.
The first BYU Cougar to ever produce 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds would be an excellent second round pick.
The Hornets could look to add an offensive spark plug late in the second round.
In his lone season, the Stanford guard was one of the best 3-point shooters in the NCAA.
The junior wing from Syracuse is a dynamite shot-maker and rangy defender, both of which the Hornets need.