Ranking young Milwaukee Bucks players based on potential after NBA Draft

The Bucks are forming a young core.
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No. 4: MarJon Beauchamp

The case study of MarJon Beauchamp is a tough one. Beauchamp's first two seasons have been a bit of a roller coaster for himself, fans and surely the Milwaukee Bucks front office and coaching staff.

He has shown flashes of some strong guard play but also seems to be growing slowly. Not helping matters was an ankle injury that kept him out for nearly all of Doc Rivers' tenure with the Bucks when he was brought in in late January, preventing the coach from getting a closer look at the wing.

It was less than a year ago that we Milwaukee Bucks fans were gawking over Beauchamp dropping 83 points in a Pro-Am game and salivating at the possibilities of what he could bring to the table.

It seems every time Beauchamp ends up with the Wisconsin Herd, he's dropping 20-plus points. Beauchamp averaged 24.7 in the three games he played for the Herd in 2023-24, and while his 3-point percentage leaves something to be desired, he's shown he should be at the NBA level, vying for playing time.

MarJon Beauchamp possesses the potential to be a rotational two-way player, with the ability to score and defend with energy as long as he doesn't reach too often, hopefully the Bucks see that potential realized in 2024-25.