21. Aaron Holiday — Ty Lawson
Holiday saw his stock steadily rise throughout the college basketball season. With Lonzo Ball out of Westwood, the keys to UCLA’s offense were granted to the third-year Holiday. The Bruins leaned on Holiday heavily during the season, playing him 37.7 minutes per game. The point guard obliged coach Steve Alford by leading the Pac-12 in scoring at 20.3 points per game.
A shifty guard with immense scoring potential, Holiday’s game heavily resembles Ty Lawson’s. Lawson saw his career take a turn for the worse after he was traded to the Houston Rockets in 2015, but before that, he was a quality producer. Both guys exhibit a tight handle, with the speed and quickness to wreck havoc in the open floor.
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