Tier list of 2024 NBA Draft prospects for the Milwaukee Bucks

The Bucks will have no shortage of options.
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Tier 1: The Favorites

Pelle Larsson (Wing - Arizona)

Likely round: Second

Do-it-all wing who has a lot of versatility and skill as a role player on both ends of the court. Can shoot, pass, rebound, handle the ball, defend and also has some nice athleticism.

Kevin McCullar (Wing - Kansas)

Likely round: Second

One of the best defenders in the nation for the past few seasons. He can make an immediate defensive impact while playing like a glue guy offensively with some passing, cutting and spot-up shooting.

Keshad Johnson (Forward - Arizona)

Likely round: Second

Super athletic forward with a good combination of both size and agility to go along with a 3-and-D skill set that should help him thrive as a role player.

DaRon Holmes II (Big - Dayton)

Likely round: First

Athletic and mobile big man who can play both a traditional or modern style. He can serve as a rim protector and a dunker, or he can step out to defend some on the perimeter and hit some threes.

Terrence Shannon Jr. (Wing - Illinois)

Likely round: Late first/early second

Dangerous player in the open floor with speed and athleticism that the Bucks could really use. Attacks the basket and gets to the line often, plus he can shoot the three and has all the tools to be an effective defender.

Isaiah Crawford (Wing - Louisiana Tech)

Likely round: Second/undrafted

Insanely disruptive defender with a 7-foot wingspan who averaged 2.1 steals and 1.7 blocks last season. He also plays like a poor man's Khris Middleton offensively. There is a chance he is a major steal in the second round (or possibly even as an undrafted free agent).