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NBA Draft Watch: Malcolm Brogdon one of the top five shooting guard prospects

The former Virginia guard is capable of playing immediately at the next level.

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Former Virginia guard Malcolm Brogdon was named the No. 3 shooting guard prospect in this year's NBA Draft by Campus Insider

Brogdon, who finished his career at Virginia as a consensus first-team All-American, the ACC Player of the Year, the two-time ACC Defensive Player of the Year, and Virginia's ninth all-time career points leader with 1,809, is ranked in this list behind Oklahoma's Buddy Hield and Michigan State's Denzel Valentine.

Brogdon is described here as having an NBA body and being capable of playing immediately at the next level. Brogdon's touted as bringing stability and facilitator, excelling in the pick and roll.

Here's the video with the full list and highlights: