As a sophomore, Anderson averaged 14.6 points, 8.8 rebounds and 6.5 assists in 36 games and at 6-9 is a very intriguing prospect because of his size and length at the point guard position. He is a point forward at the next level and is versatile enough to play on the perimeter but needs to improve his three-point shot and get stronger.
He is projected as a mid-first round pick and is no. 23 on Chad Ford’s big board.
LaVine is more of a project who will be drafted on potential rather than production after being a disappointment for much of the season for the Bruins coming off their bench, but he’s at no. 25 on Ford’s big board and the 6-5 point guard has good size and range at the position.