Kaba has been on the NBA radar for a while, and with a 7-foot-5 wingspan it's easy to see why. He shot over 60 percent from the field in his most recent season for Maga Leks, a team that's produced six players that were drafted over the past three seasons - including 2016 first-rounder Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, and most notably, Nuggets star Nikola Jokic. Kaba might be the most athletic of the bunch. He's fairly effective at putting the ball on the floor for someone his size, is a decent passer - he'll have a ways to go to catch up to Jokic, though - and he's shown enough range that there's potential for him to be a stretch-4. Some question his effort and overall explosiveness, but running the floor and finishing is no problem for Kaba. He's put on enough weight to bang in the post consistently when he needs to, and he can potentially be a shot-blocking force, particularly on the weak side. There's a little Serge Ibaka potential in Kaba, but he's someone who might benefit from another year or two overseas. Given that he's likely to be picked late in the second round as a draft-and-stash, that's exactly what figures to happen.