By the beginning of the 2020 season, the Minnesota Timberwolves will certainly have a remodeled roster.
Of course, center isn't necessarily the position they're targeting. But that being said, there is one player that could make the Wolves frontcourt a problem for many teams in the NBA for years to come.
Minnesota Timberwolves Draft Corner: Center Edition
After the departure of Gorgui Dieng, the Wolves were left a little dry at the 5. In an injury-riddled season for Karl-Anthony Towns, who only played in 35 games out of a possible 64, undrafted big man Naz Reid became the primary center for the Wolves.