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2023 Top 75 Prospect Rankings

Here are the current rankings of prospects that are projected to be in the 2023 NBA Draft.  With the 2022 NBA Summer League having wrapped up recently, the 2022 rankings page has already moved to the 2022 rankings section.  

For those that are curious, these 2023 prospect rankings are an aggregate of our own individual rankings, combined with the most common sets of rankings from major sources.  The list may be subject to change over time, which may depend considerably on how players perform over the course of the 2022-23 season.

2023 Top 75 Rankings, updated as of 1/28/23.

  1. Victor Wembanyama, Metropolitans 92 (France)
  2. Scoot Henderson, G-League Ignite (USA – Marietta, GA)
  3. Brandon Miller, Alabama
  4. Amen Thompson, Overtime Elite (Oakland – CA)
  5. Ausar Thompson, Overtime Elite (Oakland – CA)
  6. Cam Whitmore, Villanova
  7. Nick Smith, Arkansas
  8. Jarace Walker, Houston
  9. Anthony Black, Arkansas
  10. Gradey Dick, Kansas
  11. G.G. Jackson, South Carolina
  12. Jett Howard, Michigan
  13. Keyonte George, Baylor
  14. Rayan Rupert, New Zealand Breakers (France)
  15. Cason Wallace, Kentucky
  16. Leonard Miller, G-League Ignite (Canada)
  17. Kel’el Ware, Oregon
  18. Kris Murray, Iowa
  19. Terquavion Smith, NC State
  20. Taylor Hendricks, UCF
  21. Dariq Whitehead, Duke
  22. Maxwell Lewis, Pepperdine
  23. Noah Clowney, Alabama
  24. Sidy Cissoko, G-League Ignite (France)
  25. James Nnaji, FC Barcelona (Nigeria)
  26. Dillon Mitchell, Texas
  27. Emoni Bates, Eastern Michigan
  28. Jalen Wilson, Kansas
  29. Kyle Filipowski, Duke
  30. Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA
  31. Jordan Hawkins, Connecticut
  32. Brice Sensabaugh, Ohio State
  33. Dereck Lively, Duke
  34. Amari Bailey, UCLA
  35. Adem Bona, UCLA
  36. Ousmane N’diaye, Grupo Eleyco Baskonia (Senegal)
  37. Oscar Tshiebwe, Kentucky
  38. Reece Beekman, Virginia
  39. Terrence Shannon Jr., Illinois
  40. Colby Jones, Xavier
  41. Malcolm Cazalon, Mega Basket (France)
  42. Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona
  43. Ricky Council IV, Arkansas
  44. Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana
  45. Marcus Sasser, Houston
  46. Baba Miller, Florida State
  47. Coleman Hawkins, Illinois
  48. Julian Strawther, Gonzaga
  49. Keyontae Johnson, Kansas State
  50. Nikola Djurisic, Mega Basket (Serbia)
  51. Tyrese Hunter, Texas
  52. Mojave King, G-League Ignite (New Zealand)
  53. Caleb Love, North Carolina
  54. Jaylen Clark, UCLA
  55. Arthur Kaluma, Creighton
  56. Mark Mitchell, Duke
  57. Jalen Hood-Schifino, Indiana
  58. Andre Jackson, Connecticut
  59. Drew Timme, Gonzaga
  60. Baylor Scheierman, Creighton
  61. Zach Edey, Purdue
  62. Thierry Darlan, NBA Academy Africa (Senegal)
  63. Ryan Kalkbrenner, Creighton
  64. Tristan Vukcevic, Partizan (Serbia)
  65. Ugonna Onyenso, Kentucky
  66. DaRon Holmes II, Dayton
  67. Johni Broome, Auburn
  68. Armando Bacot, North Carolin
  69. N’Faly Dante, Oregon
  70. Jordan Walsh, Arkansas
  71. Julian Phillips, Tennessee
  72. Tyrese Proctor, Duke
  73. Pete Nance, North Carolina
  74. Juan Nunez, Ratiopharm Ulm (Spain)
  75. Bilal Coulibaly, Metropolitans 92 (France)
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