#9) Denzel Andersson, 6'8, Power Forward, 19.8 years old, Sweden
7.4 PTS, 8.3 REB, 1.0 STL, 2.1 BLK, 3.6 OREB, 58.3 FG%
Andersson is another guy on this list whose numbers don't jump off the page, but that is partially due to his limited playing time. Denzel Andersson's per-40 numbers are impressive however, leading the tournament in rebounds and blocks per 40 at 15.9 and 4.1 respectively. On the offensive end of the floor, Andersson's game is somewhat limited. He was able to score the ball effectively in screen and roll situations and on the offensive glass, but struggled creating his own offense. Where Andersson found an impact on the game was on the boards and protecting the paint. At 6'8 he doesn't have great size, but he is strong, physical, and a quick jumper who uses his strength and timing to control the paint. He was the anchor for a Swedish team that often struggled defending the dribble drive. Andersson has some experience playing in the Swedish professional leagues, and has some professional upside given his defensive and rebounding capabilities.