I'm not going to create a list.
But second year guys like Ingram and Murray are going to have bigger roles. Ingram will be a focus of scoring on the wings for the Lakers. Murray will be the man to run the point Inn denver so I'd suspect to see increases all
over the board. Buddy will have a another season like his Sacramento season(meaning his 15 ppg or so for Kings will be the same or slightly higher). W. Hernangomez should be the main man In NY. He's a per minute beast on the boards. If he can get 28 then he'll average a DD. Bembry and Prince have the potential to be studs. Bembry should start over Bazemore. He's better defensively and Bazemore is just awful. Prince will start your imagine, and he is a great defender but I don't see substantial offensive numbers. Brogdon probably won't improve significantly either. he may start, don't expect crazy increases though.
LeVert is the biggest smokey. He's on a team where, if they had any sense, they'd give it to the young guys to lead the way. LeVert is long, athletic, can shoot anything. He shouldn't be waiver wire eligible. If he's still there mid-late rounds grab him. Maker is not going to stand out this year. fullstop. Careful with simmons. Still hasn't played, wouldn't be too high in him.
Ball and Smith Jr. probably have biggest immediate impact. Fultz will score but may not be efficient and don't think he'll provide a huge amount of other stats. Tatum(really hope he starts) is going to be the best player in 5 years from this draft. Avoid Fox as may not have any impact for a couple years. Jackson will be inefficient from the field. John Collins and Mitchell are next best past Ball fultz and Tatum. Late fliers are those like Allen(NETS), Justin Jackson, Dillon Brooks and Sindarius Thornwell.