4 Guards the Heat should consider drafting with the 15th pick

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Devin Carter, Providence

Son of former Heat assistant coach Anthony Carter, Devin Carter looks the part of a Miami Heat player. He is a great on-ball defender who relies on his strength, IQ and fundamentals to be one of the best perimeter defenders in this class.

Carter is strong and uses his 6-foot-9 wingspan to make an impact all over the court. Miami likes guards that can rebound, and Cartner averaged 8.4 rebounds per game last season. Offensively, Carter is more of an off-guard who passes well and is good without the ball. Carter is a good finisher as well.

Carter is also an intelligent player who knows what he can and can't do. He makes the correct read and knows who to give the ball to, competes defensively and can hit open threes. Although Carter's shooting form is a little weird, the ball goes in. He shot 37.7% on three-pointers last season.

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