2023 NBA Draft: Final Four performance

How talented players performed on their way to the Final Four

The 2023 men's NCAA tournament has reached the Final Four after this past weekend's chaos.

 saw the seasons of Brandon Miller of Alabama, Jarace Walker of Houston, Anthony Black, and Nick Smith Jr. of Arkansas end early.

As a result, there are currently no projected lottery choices left in the field.

This weekend, ESPN NBA draft expert Jonathan Givony updated Miller, Black, Smith, UConn's Jordan Hawkins, and other top prospects. Here's Givony's latest top 100.

The shooting splits Miller has versus top competition are troubling. In 19 games against top-50 opponents,

He made 39% of his 2-point attempts and 32% of his 3-point attempts, but in his 18 other games, he shot 63% on 2s and 45% on 3s, according to Bart Torvik.

Miller's inability to separate against San Diego State's defense highlighted caution flags owing to his lack of explosiveness and reliance on difficult shots around the hoop.

 Even so, Miller's aggression, exceptional pass timing, and creativity off a live dribble with his off-hand were encouraging to see.

A 6-9 guard with Miller's vision and playmaking skills, any NBA team would be lucky to have him on their team.

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