San Antonio Spurs Draft

1-Sentence reviews of 20 draft prospects mocked to Spurs

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14. Walker Kessler

A complete monster in the shot-blocking department and big hustler in the paint, but a lack of jumper could limit his playability in the modern NBA.

15. Christian Koloko

A powerful rim-protector with a massive wingspan that can make a difference in the paint on both ends but won't really spread the floor with a jump shot.

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16. Jake LaRavia

A bruising wing with a power forward game that can also score from the perimeter -- plus, he comes from Tim Duncan's alma mater, Wake Forest.

17. EJ Liddell

An undersized but powerful forward that has shades of Keldon Johnson with his barrels into the lane and recent leap in the 3-point shooting department.

18. Bennedict Mathurin

A high-level offensive player who can score from everywhere and has flashes of defensive excellence, but he'll need some educating on making the right reads on both sides of the ball and taking care of it.

19. Jeremy Sochan

A defend-them-all, intelligent playmaker that has rightfully drawn comparisons to elite defenders like Ben Simmons and Draymond Green in recent months.

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20. Mark Williams

An eclipsing traditional center with a 7-7 wingspan that won't allow anything easy at the rim and will be a good finisher in the NBA, but he could find himself in trouble if forced to defend outside of the paint.

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