2019 NBA Mock Draft Round-Up: Where are Vols Being Projected?

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    With the 2019 NBA Draft Combine over and the deadline for underclassmen to withdraw their names from draft consideration now officially in the rearview mirror, there’s a fresh batch of 2019 NBA Draft content out there.

    Analysts all across the Internet have reconfigured their NBA Draft big boards and have produced new mock drafts over the last few days. Not much has changed at the very top of those lists and mock drafts, but there’s been a lot of shifting in regards to where media outlets have the Vols’ trio of draft prospects listed.

    Grant Williams, Admiral Schofield, and Jordan Bone all participated in the NBA Draft Combine, and both Williams and Bone announced their intentions to keep their names in the draft pool and forgo their senior seasons at Tennessee before the May 29th deadline. Departing senior Kyle Alexander is also draft eligible, but he hasn’t shown up in any mock drafts or big boards throughout the process and will likely go undrafted.

    Still, Tennessee has three legitimate NBA Draft prospects, and all three are viewed as NBA caliber players.

    Let’s take a look at where Williams, Schofield, and Bone are being projected in the latest NBA mock drafts and where all three are showing up in various big boards across several media outlets.

    The 2019 NBA Draft will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on June 20th.

    Note: Only mock drafts and big boards updated after the withdrawal deadline on May 29th were chosen for this article 

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    Nathanael Rutherford
    Nathanael Rutherford is the managing editor and social media manager for Rocky Top Insider. Nathanael graduated from the University of Tennessee and cultivated a passion for the Vols while growing up in Knoxville a mere 10 minutes from Neyland Stadium. He's been a part of the RTI team since November of 2015 and has been the editor of RTI since June of 2017. If he's not talking or writing about Tennessee athletics, he's probably talking about Star Wars.