UNC Basketball: Latest Update on Harrison Ingram from NBA Combine and Mock Drafts.

The transfer portal is notoriously unpredictable and volatile.

After securing Cade Tyson as a sharpshooter to replace Cormac Ryan, Hubert Davis and his team shifted their focus to big man Cliff Omoruyi to fill Armando Bacot’s shoes. However, Omoruyi chose Alabama, so the search continues.

Harrison Ingram appears to be the next crucial player they need. The coaching staff seemed set on Adou Thiero for the role, but he ultimately joined Calipari at Arkansas.

[side eye toward the SEC]

With the NBA draft combine concluding on Sunday, May 19th, let’s review the latest updates on Harrison Ingram from the combine and mock drafts.

The latest NBA.com mock draft projects Ingram as the 25th pick for the New York Knicks, up two spots from the previous mock. According to Jonathan Wasserman, there are concerns about whether his breakout junior year at UNC was a fluke given his underwhelming two seasons at Stanford and his struggles to surpass a 67% free throw percentage in college.

ESPN’s Jonathan Givony and Jeremy Woo predict Ingram as the 34th pick for the Portland Trailblazers in their post-lottery mock, whereas nbadraft.net places him at #48 in the second round, landing with the San Antonio Spurs.

In his first combine scrimmage, Ingram performed impressively, scoring 14 points, grabbing four rebounds, and making three steals.

Harrison Ingram recently stated that he is “all-in” on the NBA draft.

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