The Toronto Raptors draft plans in 2021 has been incredibly hard to nail down, as the Raptors went from a team competing for the top selection in the draft to a club competing for a spot in the late 20s to somewhere in the middle after a rough stretch of late.
Masai Ujiri is likely already formulating draft plans for what is supposed to be a very competitive class, even if Toronto might be too good to snag a game-changer like Oklahoma State’s Cade Cunningham or USC’s Evan Mobley.
Ujiri has gambled on some athletic projects over the years, but the selections of Malachi Flynn, Jalen Harris, and OG Anunoby in the last few seasons show that Ujiri favors players that have several years of experience at reputable college programs.
The Raptors, who have just one pick in this year’s draft, could end up snagging an experienced player that helps Toronto plug a hole on their roster without requiring a ton of development time, like one of these four seniors.
The Raptors draft plans could include one of these 4 seniors
The Raptors have holes at shooting guard, lack depth down in the low post, and are in need of a stretch power forward. These four players should rectify that if Toronto ends up using their pick on them.