Dakari and Harrison twins must show improvement at NBA Combine

05/14/2015 05:18 PM

Of the seven Cats who entered the draft, four of them — Karl-Anthony Towns, Willie Cauley-Stein, Devin Booker, and Trey Lyles — are considered to be sure-fire lottery or first-round picks, with Town currently projected to be the number on overall selection.

Dakari Johnson and the Harrison twins, on the other hand, still have some work to do.

According to DraftExpress.com, each member of the Wildcat trio is slated to be a second-round selection, with Aaron Harrison being the final pick overall.

ESPN basketball analyst and draft expert Fran Fraschilla spoke with media members during an NBA Draft Combine conference call on Wednesday, discussing the strengths and weakness of Dakari and the twins.

Where does each player need to improve, and will it be enough to impress the scouts and improve their stock before the June 25 draft?

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