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F Trevon Brazile - Arkansas Razorbacks

Trevon Brazile has already played for two SEC teams in his collegiate career, most recently suiting up for the Arkansas Razorbacks. Next year, he could find himself in the NBA if he stays in the draft.

The wing was one of the best players on the Hogs this season. The 6-foot-10 redshirt sophomore could be a dynamic, game-changing presence, particularly on the defensive end. He averaged more than a block per game.

But one of his issues is consistency and that shines through in the numbers. Despite seemingly being everywhere on the court at once, Brazile only averaged 8.9 points and 5.9 rebounds per game. Those aren't stats that will leap off the page to NBA general managers.

Brazile also has some significant knee issues in his past. He missed seven games last year with knee soreness, a season after he torn his ACL. Having a cleaner year, at least in terms of his knees, would do him plenty of good.

Despite having good size and athleticism to play in the NBA, most mock drafts don't have Brazile going until late in the second round, if at all. He would benefit from working more on his offensive game and showing some consistency, both with his play and his health.

Brazile is in the transfer portal. There probably won't be much movement regarding his next destination until he decides whether or not to stay in the NBA Draft.