NBA draft stock watch: Risers and fallers in the Top 100

Romeo Langford has continued to drive up his NBA draft stock by turning in consistent performances for Indiana this season. Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire

Our new Top 100 rankings for the 2019 NBA draft have dropped, with plenty of movement throughout.

Here's the latest on five potential first-rounders we've scouted recently who are rising or falling, including Romeo Langford, Kevin Porter Jr. and Jaxson Hayes.

Romeo Langford cracks the top five

Top 100 ranking: No. 5

Few players in this draft class score with the ease of Romeo Langford, and his three-level attack combined with his excellent physical profile has him in the top five now. Last Friday, we were in College Park to watch the 19-year-old Indiana freshman torch Maryland from all over the court for 28 points on only 14 shots, splashing deep 3s, slithering to the rim and finishing with both power and finesse.