Blazers 2-round mock draft: Controversial Ignite star headlines hunt for next Giannis

Even in a widely criticized draft class there's an opportunity to find a generational star if you're willing to take the swing.

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No. 34: Trevon Brazile, F, Arkansas

Trevon Brazile would be another perfect fit in Portland as a 6-10 forward who's shown flashes of high-level two-way potential.

Brazile played in 25 games as a freshman at Arkansas but didn't light up the stat sheet - he averaged 6.6 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.9 blocks. He was coming on as a sophomore last year before tearing his ACL, averaging almost 12 points per game and shooting 38 percent from three in his first six games.

He hasn't found that offensive form yet this season and is now missing time with knee soreness, which isn't a good sign for a player coming off a torn ACL. If he can get healthy, though - and the Blazers have time to wait - the 3-point stroke and glimpses of shot creation he showed, coupled with his length and shot-blocking - point to a potentially explosive two-way player.