The Duke product has been pegged as one of the top two picks in the 2016 NBA Draft next to LSU’s Ben Simmons.
Philadelphia has been rumored to prefer Simmons with the number one overall pick, but no concrete information has been given about what their actual plans are.
The most intriguing thing about Ingram as a prospect is his size and length. He has all the tools to be a menace on both sides of the floor. At 6'10”, he has a 7-3 wingspan – which should allow him to potentially play at least two positions with the length and athleticism to guard both small and power forwards.
If the Sixers choice to go with Simmons at the top spot, Ingram will likely fall to the Lakers at number two.
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