Nearly two weeks ago, Iowa basketball saw its first players taken in the NBA Draft since 2015.

The wait for the next one won't be nearly as long.

Multiple draft experts and analysts have tabbed sophomore forward Keegan Murray as Iowa's next NBA player, with a higher ceiling than Hawkeye greats Luka Garza and Joe Wieskamp — both second-round selections on July 29.

"Keegan had a limited role on last year's team for obvious reasons," CBS Sports college basketball columnist Gary Parrish said. "But he did enough in that time to get on NBA radars despite being ranked outside of the Top 300 coming out of high school. And it's because he looks like the type of player that is very useful in that league."