We are getting closer to the much-anticipated NBA draft night, and as the rumors and speculation heat up, there are several key questions to consider. One player who could surprise many on draft night is Illinois wing, Terrence Shannon Jr. Despite being projected as a late first to early second round pick, Shannon has the potential to make a splash in the lottery. With his impressive performance in college and recent legal developments, his draft stock could be on the rise.

Kentucky’s Reed Sheppard is another prospect generating a lot of buzz. While some see him as a top five prospect, others believe he may fall to the late lottery or first round due to concerns about his size and defensive abilities. However, Sheppard’s elite shooting skills and playmaking abilities could make him a valuable asset to any team, whether as a starter or off the bench.

Another intriguing rumor involves Holland slipping out of the lottery. If this happens, he could be a steal for any team that picks him up. With his two-way abilities, athleticism, and potential for growth, Holland has the makings of a future star in the league. Teams like the Heat, Lakers, and Cavaliers could all benefit from adding a player like Holland to their roster.

One player who is receiving a lot of attention is DaRon Holmes II from Dayton. Standing at 6-foot-9 with a 7-foot-one wingspan, Holmes brings a unique blend of traditional big man skills and modern versatility. His ability to finish plays, protect the rim, and make smart decisions on the court make him a valuable prospect for any team. Whether he ends up with the Thunder, Lakers, Suns, Knicks, Nuggets, or Celtics, Holmes has the potential to make an impact at the next level.

As we count down to draft night, the excitement and anticipation continue to build. With so many talented prospects and potential draft surprises, this year’s NBA draft is shaping up to be one for the books. Stay tuned for more updates and analysis as we approach the big night. Join the conversation on Draft Digest’s Facebook and Twitter pages to stay informed on all the latest NBA draft news and insights.