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2022 Top 75 Prospect Rankings

Here are the current rankings of prospects that are projected to be in the 2022 NBA Draft.  With the 2021 NBA Summer League having wrapped up recently, the 2021 rankings page has already moved to the 2021 rankings section.  

For those that are curious, these 2022 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 2021-22 season.

2022 Top 75 Rankings, updated as of 10/14/21.

  1. Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga
  2. Jaden Hardy, G-League Ignite (USA – Henderson, NV)
  3. Paolo Banchero, Duke
  4. Jalen Duren, Memphis
  5. Jabari Smith, Auburn
  6. A.J. Griffin, Duke
  7. Caleb Houstan, Michigan
  8. J.D. Davison, Alabama
  9. Peyton Watson, UCLA
  10. Patrick Baldwin Jr., Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  11. Jaden Ivey, Purdue
  12. Daimion Collins, Kentucky
  13. TyTy Washington, Kentucky
  14. Kennedy Chandler, Tennessee
  15. Michael Foster, G-League Ignite (USA – Milwaukee, WI)
  16. Dyson Daniels, G-League Ignite (Australia)
  17. Jean Montero, Overtime Elite (Dominican Republic)
  18. Ousmane Dieng, New Zealand (France)
  19. Yannick Nzosa, Unicaja Malaga (D.R. Congo)
  20. Roko Prkacin, Cibona (Croatia)
  21. Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona
  22. Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA
  23. Tristan Vukcevic, Real Madrid (Serbia)
  24. Taevion Kinsey, Marshall
  25. Marcus Bagley, Arizona State
  26. Terrence Shannon Jr., Texas Tech
  27. Nikola Jovic, Mega Bemax (Serbia)
  28. Johnny Juzang, UCLA
  29. MarJon Beauchamp, NBA G-League Ignite (USA – Seattle, WA)
  30. Jabari Walker, Colorado
  31. Allen Flanigan, Auburn
  32. Drew Timme, Gonzaga
  33. Kendall Brown, Baylor
  34. Nolan Hickman, Gonzaga
  35. Max Abmas, Oral Roberts
  36. Ochai Agbaji, Kansas
  37. Ariel Hukporti, Melbourne (Germany)
  38. Hunter Sallis, Gonzaga
  39. Hugo Besson, New Zealand (France)
  40. Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana
  41. Andrew Nembhard, Gonzaga
  42. Earl Timberlake, Memphis
  43. Ismael Kamagate, Paris Basketball (France)
  44. Kadary Richmond, Seton Hall
  45. Malcolm Cazalon, Mega Bemax (France)
  46. Khalifa Diop, Gran Canaria (Senegal)
  47. Nikita Mikhailovskii, Tasmania (Russia)
  48. Julian Champagnie, St. John’s
  49. Will Richardson, Oregon
  50. Gabriele Procida, Fortitudo Bologna (Italy)
  51. Moussa Diabate, Michigan
  52. Buddy Boeheim, Syracuse
  53. Gui Santos, Minas (Brazil)
  54. Matthew Cleveland, Florida State
  55. Fedor Zugic, Ratiopharm Ulm (Montenegro)
  56. Benny Williams, Syracuse
  57. Harrison Ingram, Stanford
  58. Yoan Makoundou, Cholet Basket (France)
  59. Mark Williams, Duke
  60. Tyson Etienne, Wichita State
  61. Lefteris Mantzoukas, Panathinaikos (Greece)
  62. Brandon Huntley-Hatfield, Tennessee
  63. E.J. Liddell, Ohio State
  64. Makur Maker, Sydney (Australia)
  65. Darius Days, LSU
  66. Charles Bediako, Alabama
  67. Marcus Carr, Texas
  68. Isaiah Mobley, USC
  69. Matthew Mayer, Baylor
  70. Kofi Cockburn, Illinois
  71. Walker Kessler, Auburn
  72. Michael Devoe, Georgia Tech
  73. Caleb Love, North Carolina
  74. Paul Scruggs, Xavier
  75. Donta Scott, Maryland
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