Bridges was selected No. 10 by the 76ers but was traded to Phoenix a short time later, which coach Jay Wright found out in a text from Suns general manager Ryan McDonough.
The offensive lineman from South Jersey's Eastern High was a first-team all-conference selection.
The list of candidates is reportedly down to three. The Washington Post reports that Kraft is believed to be the front-runner.
The 6-foot-10 Missouri Porter, who had back surgery and only played three games, is a big risk, but his talent will likely have him chosen in the top seven.
Enechionyia said teams told him they want to see improvement in rebounding and defense, but that they like his perimeter game.
Foles and DiVincenzo top a lengthy list of Philly-centric athletes up for awards at this year's ESPYs.
Mikal Bridges, who is considered a lottery pick, and Donte DiVincenzo are expected to go in the first round. Jalen Brunson and Omari Spellman have a chance to join them there.
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Drexel's conference will stage its tournament in South Carolina this season before beginning a three-year deal in D.C.
Koepka, who didn't touch a golf club for three months after suffering a wrist injury last November, became the seventh player in history to go back-to-back.
The European Tour star made an early run with a championship record-tying 63 but lamented a missed 8-foot birdie putt on 18. He lost to Brooks Koepka by one.
The graduating senior will attend Milford Academy in the fall and enroll at Temple in January