1. Michael Porter Jr., Missouri, Fr.: The 6-foot-9 former Washington signee is a lethal scorer that plays on the perimeter and has a chance to be a National Player of the Year and No. 1 overall pick. If he’s engaged all year he has a chance to be a No. 1 pick.
The Chicago Bulls sold low in the opening minutes of the NBA Draft and dealt their superstar, Jimmy Butler, to the Minnesota Timberwolves in exchange for Kris Dunn, Zach LaVine and the No. 7 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, which became Lauri Markkanen. The Bulls sent their own No. 16 pick, as well. The Bulls are in position to rebuild again (kind of), but with a 23-year-old sophomore in Dunn, LaVine just coming off an ACL injury, and a middle-of-the-lottery pick who is widely viewed to be one-dimensional.
Listed Measurements: 6-foot-3, 244 pounds 2017-18 year, eligibility: Freshman yet to enroll Depth chart: MacCollister finds himself behind two seniors (Jay Hayes and Andrew Trumbetti) and sophomore Khalid Kareem at defensive end. Recruiting: A consensus three-star recruit, MacCollister chose Notre Dame from a lengthy offer list, which included Auburn, Clemson, Michigan State and Ohio State. QUOTE(S) Irish coach Brian Kelly noted MacCollister’s versatility on National Signing Day. When discussing MaCollister, fellow defensive end Kofi Wardlow had not yet officially committed to Notre Dame, making Maccollister the then-only dedicated pass-rusher in the class. “Speaking of a guy that’s developing