3. Dominick Barlow
Dominick Barlow didn't receive much run with the Spurs until later in the season, but the 20-year-old Overtime Elite product showcased his two-way potential whenever he stepped onto the hardwood.
His athletic ability was one of the most compelling selling points for why the Spurs signed him as an undrafted free agent last year. Standing at 6-foot-9 and weighing 221 pounds, he has impressive mobility for someone of his stature. Barlow displayed his defensive upside, using his size and fluidity to average almost one block per game in his limited minutes.
The teenage forward finished his rookie season strong as he racked up a 21-point and 19-rebound double-double against the Mavericks. The Spurs can use all the talent they can get their hands on, and they are no strangers to maximizing undrafted talent (i.e., Drew Eubanks).
The Spurs should think about bringing back Barlow to continue his development. Even if he only works out as a backup big man, this would be another step toward producing a roster that fits around Victor Wembanyama.