13 players the Raptors could pick at No. 13 in 2023 NBA Draft

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Cason Wallace, Toronto Raptors
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4. Jett Howard, SF, Michigan

The son of NBA great Juwan Howard, Jett brings shooting, scoring, and a great feel for the game to the Raptors. Howard’s immediate impact might be better than what teammate Bufkin would bring, as he looks like a Gary Trent Jr. replacement with more physical traits to work with.

3. Jalen Hood-Schifino, PG, Indiana

A legit 6-5 point guard that can handle the rock, defend his ass off, and hit tons of clutch 3-point shots, Hood-Schifino is a bigger ball-handler that can eventually be a proper VanVleet successor. Indiana helped Toronto land All-Defensive nominee OG Anunoby, so why not go back to Bloomington?

2. Brice Sensabaugh, SF, Ohio State

Sensabaugh never got tons of minutes at Ohio State, and I have no explanation why. A 6-6, 235-pound wing with tremendous defense, legitimate three-position versatility, and an elite perimeter game, Sensabaugh might be one of the safest prospects in the draft at any position.

Toronto Raptors draft: Cason Wallace fits in with the team.

1. Cason Wallace, PG, Kentucky

An above-average 3-point shot? Check. Production in the SEC? Yep. How about tremendous on-ball defense with All-Defensive potential at his peak? Got that too. Surely he isn’t a tremendous athlete also? Well, yes he is. What else does Masai Ujiri need to see?

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