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2025 NBA mock draft - Is Cooper Flagg a lock for No. 1 pick? - ESPN

With Zaccharie Risacher, Alex Sarr, Donovan Clingan and the rest of the 2024 class off to the NBA, it's time to shift our attention to next year's draft.

The 2025 NBA draft is 12 months away, but we've had our eyes on these players for quite some time, publishing our first mock draft in February.

Over the past few years, we've watched the best prospects of the class grow up in high school, grassroots, USA Basketball and FIBA events, as well as many other settings — and we will continue that process this summer and fall.

NBA executives were sitting next to us at many of these events and sounded excited about this 2025 draft class, especially at the top where we're seeing quite a bit of star power with headliners Cooper Flagg, Airious «Ace» Bailey and Dylan Harper.

Beyond those elite prospects, there will be others who will undoubtedly emerge in the college ranks and around the globe, the same way Reed Sheppard, Dalton Knecht, Nikola Topic, Devin Carter, Johnny Furphy, Bub Carrington, Kyshawn George and many others did in 2024. That's the fun part of draft projections as one never knows when or where players will emerge, keeping NBA scouts constantly on their toes.

See the order:
2025 mock draft players and teams

Many have already penciled Flagg in as the top pick, and for good reason after an incredible year in which he demolished the Nike EYBL 16U league (averaging 26.8 points, 12.4 rebounds, 5.2 blocks and 4.7 assists per game), led Montverde Academy to a 30-0 record and national championship and then had stellar showings at the Nike Hoop Summit and Jordan Brand Classic games.

USA Basketball invited Flagg to practice against Team USA ahead of the Paris Olympics.

Flagg does everything on both ends of the floor, as he's an