1. Atlanta – Luka Doncic, G/F, Slovenia: Turns 19 in February and is currently torching a top league in Europe. He’s got an NBA body (6-foot-8, 225) and the only question will be if he can defend SFs or SGs. 2. Chicago – Marvin Bagley, F, Duke: Most dominant player in college basketball through the first six weeks, he’s already got six 20-10 games and he’s shooting a ridiculous 61 percent. I think he’ll average at least 15 ppg as an NBA rookie. 3. Dallas – DeAndre Ayton, C, Arizona: Averaging 20.5 ppg and 11.9 rpg and for a 7-footer, he’s surprisingly skilled with the ball on the perimeter while also comfortable shooting 3-pointers. 4. Memphis – Collin Sexton, PG, Alabama: Dynamic freshman hung 40 on Minnesota and is shooting 47 percent on 3-pointers. 5. Phoenix – Michael Porter Jr., F, Missouri: In college football, an injury to a potential #1 pick wouldn’t hurt much. In basketball, it definitely can. Porter probably won’t play this year, and as of now, he’s been passed by several players.