It appears Michael Porter Jr. could be the big name to fall in the draft this year.
According to ESPN, several teams are hesitant to draft the forward out of fear for his long-term medical outlook.
Porter played just three games in 2017-18 with Missouri as he missed significant time with back and hip issues.
The 6-10 forward has drawn comparisons to Kevin Durant for his size and ability to shoot the ball and was in consideration for the No. 1 pick before his injury problems.
However, according to the Washington Post, the highest Porter may go would be No. 8 to the Cavaliers.