1. Jett Howard
At 6'8, Jett Howard possesses a combination of size and shooting that the current Rockets group doesn't have. The 20-year-old Howard made roughly 37 percent of his triples during his lone season in Ann Arbor.
Although that may not seem impressive at first glance, the volume (7.3 attempts from deep) along with the percentage can't be ignored. But Howard isn't just a sniper from deep, as he possesses a formidable mid-range game as well.
Howard also possesses playmaking chops at the off-guard position, which only adds to his bag on the offensive end. So why would he drop to 20, you ask?
Well, he might possibly not. But if he does, it'll be because of his defencicies on the defensive end.
In spite of that, he'd make for a great prospect with the 20th pick.