Nick Whalen takes a quick look back at each of the key Fantasy rookies from the 2017-18 season.
Picks 15-30Prospects listed in order of draft selection.
Justin Jackson, Kings
For the most part, Jackson endured the ups-and-downs of what was an unpredictable Kings' rotation. With the exception of a few stretches in November and December, Jackson has been a fixture in the rotation, averaging 22.0 minutes per game for the season. While he's converted better than 55 percent of his two-point looks, Jackson has hit just 31.8 percent from three, a relatively disappointing number considering he made 37 percent of his three as a junior at North Carolina. Fantasy-wise, Jackson was only a marginal contributor, and he'll finish the year with roughly two percent ownership in Yahoo leagues.
Justin Patton, Timberwolves
As expected, Patton missed the bulk of the season while working back from a torn ACL. He made his NBA debut on April 1, playing four minutes in a blowout loss to Utah, but he hasn't played since and will not be a part of the playoff rotation.
D.J. Wilson, Bucks
Wilson was among the more under-developed first-round selections, but the fact that he made almost no impact for a team in need of wing help speaks to his overall rawness. The 22-year-old has appeared in only 22 games heading into Wednesday's season finale, and the vast majority of his minutes have come in garbage time situations. In 11 appearances for the Wisconsin Herd of