2019 NBA Mock Draft: Post-draft combine edition

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142. <p>Jaxson Hayes made a name for himself in his one season at the University of Texas. He is 6’11″ with a 7’3.5” wingspan and is a very bouncy athlete on both ends of the floor. He will be a lob threat on offense and a rim protector on defense (think <a rel=. Center. Washington Wizards. Jaxson Hayes. 9. player

Atlanta Hawks. Bol Bol. 10. player. 125. <p>Coming out of Oregon, Bol Bol is arguably the most eye-opening prospects in this draft class. He is 7’2.5” with a 7’7″ wingspan and has fantastic skill on the offensive side of the ball. He only played nine games in college before suffering a broken foot and had to miss the entire season. Before that happened, he was being talked about as a top-five pick. In those nine games, he averaged 21.0 points, 9.6 rebounds and 2.7 blocks per game while also shooting 56.1 percent from the field and 52 percent from the 3-point line (13-of-25).</p> <p>Bol needs to clear the medical checks by the team’s doctors for him to be a lottery or even a first round pick. If he does pass all the tests and adds some weight to his slender frame, he could become a force in this league. The Hawks have John Collins down low and could now pair a floor-spacing big like Bol next to him to open up the offense for the team. There are a couple of other bigs they could look at here in Jaxson Hayes or Brandon Clarke, but both those guys play a similar game to Collins, and in today’s NBA you need some bigs that can space the floor and do other things. The Hawks could be looking at a starting lineup in the future of Trae Young, Kevin Huerter, Cam Reddish, John Collins and Bol Bol. If that team stays healthy, watch out.</p>. Center