With another deep playoff run in mind for next season, the Golden State Warriors have adjusted their 2020 NBA Draft goals to look for a prospect that needs the least amount of development. This might just be Obi Toppin.
Toppin redshirted his first season at Dayton before breaking out as a star in his freshman year. One season later, Toppin took another step forward and improved in every statistical category.
The athletic forward showed off his inside-out scoring potential as he averaged 20.0 points on 39.0 percent shooting from deep and 63.3 percent overall. HIs efficient shooting has made him one of the top prospects in the draft.