It should probably be noted that none of these odds are official, only my opinions. Moultrie is a rising prospect who has great skill and potential. He has yet to tap into the full realm of that potential. And it is unclear what his best position will be at the NBA level.
But Moultrie is a local kid (relatively speaking) who would surely represent the team well. And he figures to be growing as a basketball player at just the right time.
With Moultrie and Anthony Davis, the Hornets would have one of the most athletic frontcourts in the entire NBA. They would be more of a perimeter-based offense, which works for some teams.
His odds are lowest though simply because most experts consider him more of a mid-round pick than a lottery selection. For the Hornets to take Moultrie and not reach on him, it would likely take a trade back into the middle of the first round.
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