NBA draft stock watch: Five top U18 international prospects

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Division B of the U18 European Championship isn't as heavily scouted as its more prestigious counterpart in Division A, but it has nevertheless produced 19 NBA draft picks since 2005, including Lauri Markkanen, Jakob Poeltl, Clint Capela, Jusuf Nurkic, Moritz Wagner, Jonas Jerebko and Jusuf Nurkic.

This year's B Division, hosted in Skopje, Macedonia, was one of the strongest in recent memory, with multiple players expected to emerge as NBA draft picks in the coming years, according to scouts in attendance. The Netherlands emerged from the 24 teams present to defeat Slovenia in the championship game, led by tournament MVP Nathan Kuta. They were promoted to next year's A Division for the first time since 1990.

Here's our look at the top five NBA prospects from the tournament, as well as a handful of other names to keep an eye on down the road: