Brooklyn Nets NBA Draft 2017 – Draft Guide – 7 Guards to Watch

A bit of a surprise draft entrant, Frank Jackson is an intriguing late first/early second round prospect. He played behind two great collegiate players in Grayson Allen and Luke Kennard, yet still showed enough promise to enter the NBA draft. Jackson is a scorer’s scorer with microwave sixth man potential. He projects as a combo guard in the NBA, possessing super impressive speed, and a nice 6’8” wingspan with a 6’4” frame. He finishes well at the rim, finding solid angles off the glass. He was an athletic scorer at Duke, exploding to the rim at times or using a nice jumper pulling or spotting up.