Brandon Miller is projected to be the No. 2 pick in the 2023 NBA Draft, according to ESPN’s Jonathan Givony.

Givony updated his latest mock on Tuesday night shortly after the draft lottery were revealed. The Charlotte Hornets have the No. 2 pick.

Here’s some analysis from Givony on why Miller makes sense for the Hornets at No. 2 overall:

Miller solidified himself atop this draft class with an ultraproductive season, winning SEC Player of the Year and first-team All-American honors. A 6-9 guard who can facilitate, hit jumpers from anywhere on the floor and demonstrates strong defensive versatility, Miller is the archetypal player every NBA team is currently searching for. He’s an easy fit on any roster thanks to his ability to play shooting guard through power forward, and would benefit from the shot-creation prowess of LaMelo Ball, while having the leeway to develop into a primary playmaker in his own right on a team starved for talent.

As Givony noted, Miller would be an intriguing fit alongside Hornets point guard LaMelo Ball. Miller and Ball would immediately be considered one of the more intriguing young duos in the NBA.

Miller is in contention to go No. 2 overall along with G-League Ignite alum Scoot Henderson. Miller is coming off of a year in which he was named SEC Player of the Year as a freshman at Alabama.

The 2023 NBA Draft will be held on June 22.