4. Beatrice Mompremier, 6’4 F/C, Miami
Though she likely would have been selected in the first round in the 2019 draft, Beatrice Mompremier returned to school because she wanted to improve as a player. And there are clear areas for her to do so, while her immense talent will almost certainly place her in next year’s lottery selections. Mompremier is a dominant force on the boards, top-100 in the country in both offensive and defensive rebounding rate. She has a dazzling array of post moves, plus quickness and athleticism, and can shoot it from midrange, though beyond the arc is still a work in progress. That, along with elevating a sub-60% free throw rate, improving a single-digit assist rate and cutting down on turnovers (the latter two involve making faster decisions out of double teams) will help smooth the rough edges that remain. But she has time to do so, and the upside here is enormous.