NBA Draft 2020: An updated mock draft prior to the new year

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JUNE 20: The first round draft board is seen during the 2019 NBA Draft (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images)

As the calendar gets set to turn into a new year, the NBA Draft prospects continue to set themselves apart in college basketball.

While this new season of college basketball has not brought with it one dominant standout team, it has brought out a lot of talented players, and ever-changing projections in terms of mock NBA Drafts.

Since the last mock draft, former Memphis big man James Wiseman has stepped away from competing in the NCAA completely, UNC standout Cole Anthony went down with a partially torn meniscus, and more No.1 teams fell, again.

A lot of change is occurring and it has done little to clarify what the draft order is going to look like come June. One thing that has become clear to this point: Georgia’s Anthony Edwards looks like the best prospect in his freshman class.

Still, this does not guarantee him status as a No. 1 pick. In addition to talented guys playing in college with him, there’s a bevy of talent playing overseas who will be worthy of top 10 pick consideration as well.

While it may still be early, there’s always time to consider whose going where come June. Read on to find out where everyone will land.

*Draft order courtesy of from 12/24/19*

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