No. 6 Cason Wallace
I have covered Wallace a few times before, he is exceptionally above average in every aspect of the game. At six-foot-four he stands out with his sheer versatility at the one spot, but also doesn’t stand out in any way on the offensive end.
He is a solid athlete with a decent jump shot, he is also capable of finding his teammates for quality shots. He is also a strong and stable defender, being the one thing that does stand out regarding his overall game.
He is a disrupter who can stay in front of any player while also having the strength to face bigger players. However, he still isn’t the best defender at his position in the draft, but that’s for later on in the list.
His all-around game with no weaknesses also leaves plenty of questions regarding his ceiling, which seems fairly low with Wallace. The Washington Wizards already have a history of drafting high floor, low ceiling players and picking Wallace would just add another entry to that list.