Queta is a throwback center that relies on power to accomplish his goals on both sides of the ball. While the double-double machine from Portugal won’t be confused for Evan Mobley considering how he is a bit of a liability athletically, he has two freight trains for legs, which should help Sacramento finally get some size and defense inside.
Sims’ stock has been soaring through the room since he displayed his fantastic athletic ability at the NBA Draft Combine. He slightly underperformed for multiple years under Shaka Smart in Austin, but his springiness and rebounding could be enough to warrant taking a flier on him at this point.
Primo is a classic second-round pick for a team in San Antonio that likes to develop talent. Primo was an average offensive player during his lone season with the Tide, but his speed, perimeter shooting, and offensive smarts should make him a very welcome presence on the Spurs.
Grimes went from a highly-ranked recruit at Kansas, but he didn’t really take off until he transferred to Houston. His scoring touch finally blossomed, and he has enough creativity to warrant Detroit adding him as another bench gunner. After some tough seasons, the Pistons’ last two drafts have them set up nicely for the future.