Tier 2: Toss-Ups
Markquis Nowell/Chris Boucher: 40%
OG Anunoby: 50%
Pascal Siakam: 60%
While Nowell is a two-way player, his illustrious college career at Kansas State and mercurial passing ability for a player his size might give him a better chance of making the roster than either Harper or Freeman-Liberty. Efficiency might be the key to him sticking around.
Boucher seems like prime trade bait, even if Toronto has been adamant about keeping him on the team. While he is very inconsistent, the Raptors seem to think they have all the ingredients needed to get the dominant Boucher out while keeping the underperforming version at bay.
OG Anunoby could leave the Toronto Raptors.
OG is a complete wild card at this stage, as it remains difficult to see how Toronto values him. While his All-Defensive team nomination played into why Toronto refused to give up on him, will they be willing to pay top dollar for someone who would, at best, be the third option?
Siakam being traded or allowed to leave in free agency would constitute a full-on rebuild. While it seems like Toronto will likely pay top-dollar to keep him due to their refusal to trade him in the offseason. However, one bad run of form could prompt a more significant sell-off from Ujiri and the front office.