The lion’s share of attention surrounding the Atlanta Hawks after the 2020 NBA Draft was focused on No. 6 overall pick Onyeka Okongwu for obvious reasons. Okongwu is an impressive prospect that figures to be a part of Atlanta’s core for a long time and, given the substantial investment of a mid-lottery selection, the former USC big man will be prominently discussed for years to come. However, No. 50 overall pick Skylar Mays is also an interesting find for the Hawks in the second round, and the team announced on Tuesday that Mays has signed a Two-Way contract with Atlanta.