Re-drafting the 2018 NBA Draft: Luka Doncic, Trae Young, Jalen Brunson...

The 2018 NBA Draft was a very deep one. However, there are so many players who should've been drafted higher than they were originally selected.

The 2018 NBA Draft was a very deep one. However, there are so many players who should've been drafted higher than they were originally selected.

Let's take a look at the re-draft!

1 - Luka Doncic

Luka Doncic is easily the first pick in a re-draft, as he gives you a unique mix of scoring, playmaking, and rebounding as a 6-foot-7 point guard. His ability to elevate his team and others around him is what makes him a generational talent.

2 - Trae Young

Trae Young is exactly the type of point guard you want to build your team around for the future, as he has the ability to hit the deep three, finish at the rim and be a playmaker for others. With the right pieces surrounding him, he can help lead his team to deep playoff runs.

3 - Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

A perennial 20+ point per game scorer to go along with solid playmaking and defense, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander would've been a great get here.

4 - Deandre Ayton

Establishing himself as a premier post scorer, Deandre Ayton has the makings to become a household name at the center position for years to come.

5 - Miles Bridges

Breaking out to average over 20 points this past season on nearly 50 percent shooting, in addition to being a solid defender with his size, Miles Bridges appears on his way to becoming a star.

6 - Mikal Bridges

An efficient scorer and possessed with the ability to guard multiple positions, Mikal Bridges has the makings to be a candidate to be a breakout star in the future. Watch out for him.

7 - Jalen Brunson

Jalen Brunson is currently in the midst of a historic playoff run, as he consistently puts up over 20 points per game. Brunson keeps it simple as a mid-range shooter but can also finish at the rim. No reason why he can't be an All-Star like Fred VanVleet was.

8 - Jaren Jackson Jr.

As a capable scorer and defender, Jaren Jackson Jr. can slide into any situation and make a positive impact.

9 - Michael Porter Jr.

When Michael Porter Jr. plays, he proves he has the ability to score the ball at a historically high level. However, back injuries have significantly affected his ability to stay on the court. If he can regain health, he may rise on this list.

10 - Wendell Carter Jr.

Wendell Carter Jr. is a double-double machine, but he can also step out and hit the three when necessary.

11 - Collin Sexton

Collin Sexton is a tremendous scorer, as he has the speed, strength, and craftiness to beat opposing defenses.

12 - Robert Williams

As a great rim protector and finisher at the rim, Robert Williams is a welcome addition to any championship-level team.

13 - Gary Trent Jr.

Gary Trent Jr. can light it up as a scorer. Any playoff team would welcome the scoring boost he can provide for them.

14 - Bruce Brown

Bruce Brown is a textbook definition of a swiss army knife, with his ability to guard multiple positions and score in the mid-range or near the paint. Also can capably shoot the three.

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