Power Forward prospects in the 2018 NCAA Tournament

Jackson, Jaren Jr. Michigan St. 6'10" 243 PF frosh Jackson is one of the most impressive defensive prospects we have seen in recent years. The Spartans are 8.4 points per 100 possessions better defensively with him on the floor. He is the son of former NBA player Jaren Jackson. ...Jackson is not just a defender. He can knock down three-point shots at a 39% clip. He averages 11.3 points and 5.8 rebounds per game. 


Carter, Wendell  Duke 6'10" 259 PF frosh Were it not for all the headlines generated by his frontcourt teammate Marvin Bagley, Wendell Carter might be among the most talked about players in college hoop. Carter is averaging 13.8 points and 9.3 rebounds per game. He can stretch the defense by hitting 46.3% of his three-point shots. 


Bagley, Marvin Duke 6'11" 234 PF frosh Bagley is a nimble BIG that averages 21.1 points and 11.5 rebounds per game. He was the 2017-18 ACC Player of the Year. Bagley has a quick second jump that allows him to score around the basket like very few can. On defense, he is nothing special but his offensive ability is the drawing card. He shoots 37% from 3-pt. range but is only a 62% free throw shooter. 


Daum, Mike  South Dakota St. 6'9" 245 PF jr. 


Willis, Darral Jr. Wichita St. 6'9" 221 PF SR.


Maye, Luke  North Carolina 6'7" 227 PF jr. 


Porter, Jontay Missouri 6'10" 240 PF frosh


Epperson, Jacob Creighton 6'11" 210 PF frosh.


Kabengele, Mfiondu Florida St. 6'9" 235 PF frosh.


Yurtseven, Omer N.C. State 7'0" 245 PF soph. 


Brodziansky, Vladimir TCU 6'11" 220 PF SR.


Kanter, Kerem Xavier  6'9" 245 PF SR.