33rd pick: Trayce Jackson-Davis
Bleacher Report has the Spurs selecting Indiana senior Trayce Jackson-Davis with the 33rd overall pick. Jackson-Davis is a 6'9" frontcourt player with a 7'2" wingspan. He is also a terrific athlete. Last season saw him break out, averaging 20.9 points, 10.8 rebounds, 4.0 assists, and 2.9 blocks per game. He posted those eye-popping numbers using his explosiveness well on both ends of the floor.
He can score in the post, primarily by spinning at the baseline and using his speed and athleticism to get to and finish at the rim. He's also a lob threat and racks up second-chance points by skying for offensive rebounds. Defensively, Jackson-Davis has some limitations away from the basket, but his length, timing, and leaping ability allow him to make up ground and swat shots from behind.
His weakside rim protection is top-notch, and blocks and rebounds are two skills that often translate well to the NBA. Considering his numbers in those categories, he has at least two NBA skills. Given his lack of outside shooting, Jackson-Davis would likely play center for the Spurs. And if the Spurs strike out on Wembanyama, they could use him to help fill that position.