NBA Draft/NCAA Tournament Thoughts?

Have any college players stood out to you during the tournament as guys who the Bucks could potentially target on draft night? Obviously the Bucks don't have a first round pick, so I'm leaving out players who will be long gone by the time the Bucks can make a selection, like Jordan Hawkins of Connecticut. I'm mostly trying to think of sleepers who would be available at the end of the 2nd round or as undrafted free agents, but also interested in earlier second rounders in case the Bucks acquire a pick somehow (off the top of my head the Pacers and Hornets have 5 picks each and I doubt either would want to add 5 rookies to their current groups).

These players are not in any order to me, just jotting them down as I think of them. I also didn't watch anything outside of the tournament so if I'm wrong about any of these players, please feel free to chime in.

Keyontae Johnson, Kansas State: could be a Jae Crowder type of 3/4 wing, as in he doesn't seem laterally quick enough to guard smaller wings but could stay in front of bigger wings, and probably not a higher usage player but more versatile offensively than just a catch-and-shoot type. Seems to be mocked in the 50s.

Oso Ighodaro, Marquette: no idea what role he could play in the NBA, small-ball 5 only? Good scorer around the basket and a very good passer for a big man. Easy to see him not panning out but an intriguing lottery ticket to me. Some mocks have him in the 50s but I've seen some early 2nd round buzz as well.

Johnell Davis, Florida Atlantic: bigger combo guard, game kind of reminds me of Shake Milton or maybe even Middleton where he just seems to play at his own pace and know how to get to his spots. Not the scorer that Middleton was in college (but more efficient), and not the playmaker that Milton was (assist to turnover ratio close to 1:1 like Middleton's was, but I have seen him make some nice passes). Not even seeing his name in mock drafts at this point, I think it's worth a shot to see if the craftiness can translate to the NBA.

Arthur Kaluma, Creighton: bigger wing, probably just a 3-and-D type at the NBA level but seems to have the tools for something more, as he can create his own shot at the college level. Shooting and turnover numbers are not good, which seems to be why he's mocked in the later 2nd round.

Colby Jones, Xavier: athletic wing, passing ability probably makes him more than just a 3-and-D type at the NBA level. Seems mocked in the early 2nd so the Bucks would have to buy a pick or trade up somehow. Also seems like the kind of guy whose stock rises after the combine and he goes in the 1st round.

What do you think? Who else should I be talking myself into? Who will be the third piece of the Giannis-MarJon Big 3?

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