Providence guard Devin Carter listed as fit for Bulls in NBA Draft

As the Chicago Bulls plan for the offseason, there will be a few crucial points for them to focus on. Free agency won’t be nearly as important as the trade market, which may be the most vital area for the Bulls, but on top of it all, they’ll have to make good decisions in the 2024 NBA Draft.

Adding quality young talent to play alongside Coby White and Ayo Dosunmu is a must for the Bulls, who need to be planning for the future. There are a bunch of players who could be good fits next to their core, and the front office needs to hit.

Jonathan Wasserman of Bleacher Report wrote a scouting report for Providence guard Devin Carter, listing the Bulls as a good team fit.

“Dangerous in both ball-screen and spot-up shooting situations,Carter can play on and off the ball,” Wasserman wrote. “He’s still more wired to score than play-make, and NBA coaches will likely hesitate to use him as a primary decision-maker. He’ll operate as a combo guard from the 2 spot.

“The big question is how much of his game will translate to the NBA given his late-blooming skills and physical/athletic limitations. If the scoring outbursts don’t carry over, he’ll play a versatility role similar to Brandin Podziemski’s with his shotmaking, secondary creation, outlier rebounding and defense.

“He could look more like Derrick White if he provides more of a reliable scoring punch and he emerges as a perimeter stopper.”

Adding a two-way talent like Carter would be great for the Bulls.

Story originally appeared on Lonzo Wire