Even if we are fortunate enough to draft De'Aaron Fox at #5, I would not mind us drafting this kid at #10. He reminds me of Damian Lillard. He's flying up the draft boards! He measures at 6"1 he has a 6'10 wingspan and solid 201 pounds! I will take this guy 8 day a week over Dennis Smith Jr and his T-Rex arms any day! I also might prefer him over Frank N due to culture shock and age. Donovan may be more ready to contribute from Day 1. As far as I can tell Donovan is not a pure PG but he has that Lillard-attack mentality and nice range and mechanics on his shot. Lillard is not a defender. This kid is. The praise at Draft Express is effusive: Mitchell's ascension continued at the NBA Draft Combine, where his stellar measurements, athletic testing numbers, 3-point shooting (in drills), and interviews propelled him into top-20 draft pick and potentially even lottery status. I think you will see he is a combination of Lillard and Smith Jr with his beast mode mindset. But when you have a 6'10 wingspan you are going to be able to provide much more defensive resistance and finishing ability among the tall trees! Finally this passage from Draft Express is exciting: a multi-positional defender. I have a feeling Joerger would like this guy. Someone to keep your eyes on. Perhaps the most appealing part of Mitchell's profile, particularly early on in his career, lies on the defensive end. Two years under Rick Pitino has benefited him greatly in this regard, as he's emerged as a multi-positional stopper who a coach can sic on point guards, shooting guards and even some small forwards and expect results. Mitchell has outstanding physical tools to get the job done, with his elite length, chiseled frame and quick feet, but also the mentality, as he's a highly competitive guy who is willing to pick up full court, get on the floor for loose balls, and generally make life difficult for opposing players.