The Sacramento Kings have crushed the NBA Draft so far, and taking an upside swing in Jahmi'us Ramsey at 43 is phenomenal.
Ramsey is one of the youngest players (19 years old) and best shooters in the draft. During his freshman season at Texas Tech, he averaged 15.0 points while shooting 42.6 percent from three on 5.2 attempts per game.
Jahmi'us Ramsey also is working with some seriously impressive athleticism that should be a force in the open court alongside De'Aaron Fox.
There is some positional overlap with Ramsey being just 6'4", likely limiting him to the shooting guard role, but he could be molded to eventually take over the Buddy Hield role.
If Ramsey can manage to improve his shot selection and reach his potential defensively, Sacramento may have just landed a first-round talent at pick 43.
Jahmi'us Ramsey joins Tyrese Haliburton (Iowa State) and Robert Woodard (Mississippi State) on his way to Sacramento.
The next selection for the Kings is at pick 52.