4. Jordan Hawkins
Last Week's Rank: 4
Jordan Hawkins continues to light up the scoreboard this season. He has bumped his averages up to 13 points, two assists, and four rebounds per game. Over his last ten outings, Hawkins has shot 39 percent from behind the arc.
While CJ McCollum continues to sit out with an ankle sprain, Hawkins will look to take the bulk of the point guard role off the bench.
Hawkins has used his length to get easy shots over defenders. In the process, Hawkins has made every shot he has taken look effortless and is a huge reason why he could be the most lethal shooter of this draft.
For the Pelicans, the ability to have an elite 3-point shooter has always been missing. Hawkins not only gives them elite shooting, but he can also create off the dribble and find open teammates around the court. He is extremely skilled offensively, and many teams in the lottery are likely regretting passing on him.
However, Hawkins will need to improve his defense. Too often Hawkins is blown by due to his slender frame. If Hawkins can improve defensively and continue to expand his offensive game you can expect his name to rise on this list.