6. Patrick McCaw, SG, UNLV

Patrick McCaw
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Many may not know Patrick McCaw’s name just yet, but his stock has been rising for a little while now as a potential three-position menace on both ends of the floor at the next level.

Offensively, McCaw is pretty versatile, being able to do a little bit of everything both on and off the ball. His shooting is streaky, but improving, he can get to the basket, and is also a very solid passer when he gets in the paint. He is also great in transition pushing the ball up the floor and creating for himself or others.

Defensively he has the size and length (6’7, 6’10 wingspan) as well as the foot speed to guard multiple positions. His anticipation skills also allow him to come up with a ton of steals in the passing lanes.

He is still pretty thin (181 lbs.) which leads to him avoiding contact in the lane sometimes, but once he adds some muscle he could pose some serious problems for opponents on both ends.