ESPN’s latest “best available” for the NBA

With that said, the other side of the argument has seen Winston’s draft stock increase throughout the NCAA tournament. The Athletic’s Sam Vecenie previously had Winston barely making his top-100 big board, but prior to the Final Four, he has him listed as the No. 55 overall prospect. ESPN’s latest “best available” for the NBA draft also has Winston inside the top-100 but places him lower down the board at No. 87 overall. This is just behind Marquette’s Markus Howard, but ahead of Washington’s Jaylen Nowell. Final Call: Should Cassius Winston Enter NBA Draft? With strong pre-draft workouts, I think there’s a decent chance that the Michigan State star would be selected in the second round. With that said, opting to hold off for one more season and enter the 2020 NBA Draft could lead to him pushing up near the top of the second and possibly into the first. It’s a tough call because Winston’s stock is incredibly high after this NCAA tournament run, and that could play a role in his decision. While he hasn’t addressed the situation just yet, it’s likely to be one of the first questions asked once Michigan State’s season wraps up. welcome to: