The NBA Draft lottery did not go as planned for the Cleveland Cavaliers. With the best odds to get the No. 1 pick, the Cavs were jumped by multiple teams and won't pick until No. 5 overall.

That means the Cavs will miss out on much more than just Duke superstar Zion Williamson. It also means the Cavs probably won't be in position for Williamson's teammate RJ Barrett, or highly regarded Murray State guard Ja Morant.

However, two names nave emerged as favorites for the Cavs with the fifth pick. In a survey of 10 mock drafts published after the lottery, Texas Tech shooting guard Jarrett Culver is the pick for the Cavs in six of them. Virginia small forward De'Andre Hunter was the pick in four of them. Duke small forward Cam Reddish was the other selection.

Here are each of the 10 mock drafts and explanations for the picks:

Jonathan Givony, ESPN (link)

The pick: De'Andre Hunter, F, Virginia

Explanation: The Cavs are in search of character and culture to add to their roster as they continue to slowly rebuild through the draft following the LeBron James era. While not loaded with upside, Hunter fits a positional need.

Jeremy Woo, Sports Illustrated (link)

The pick: Cam Reddish, SF, Duke

Explanation: Despite a disappointing year at Duke, Reddish’s tools and the upside in his skill set have him somewhat entrenched as an early selection in a down draft.

Chris Stone, Sporting News (link)

The pick: Jarrett Culver, G, Texas Tech

Explanation: There are compelling arguments for this being one of Culver, De'Andre Hunter or Cam Reddish. Culver's getting the edge here given he's a better prospect than Reddish and a younger one than Hunter with more upside.

Steve Popper, Newsday (link)

The pick: De'Andre Hunter, F, Virginia

Explanation: A well-rounded forward from the national champions, the 6-foot-8 sophomore Hunter already is an elite defensive talent and showed off his offensive skills in the NCAA final when he scored 27 points.

Drew Packham, NBA.com (link)

The pick: Jarrett Culver, SG, Texas Tech

Explanation: Multifaceted wing with all-around game that should translate well to NBA; Can hit mid-range jumper and defend

Dan Woike, Los Angeles Times (link)

The pick: Jarrett Culver, SG, Texas Tech

Explanation: With great size and some playmaking skills, Culver would be a nice backcourt mate for Colin Sexton, last year’s first-round pick.

Kevin O'Connor, The Ringer (link)

The pick: Jarrett Culver, SG, Texas Tech

Explanation: Versatile wing who can fill myriad roles and has a lane to become a primary shot creator if his handle keeps improving.

Gary Parrish, CBS Sports (link)

The pick: Jarrett Culver, SG, Texas Tech

Explanation: The 6-foot-6 sophomore averaged 18.5 points, 6.4 rebounds and 3.7 assists in 32.5 minutes per game this season while leading Texas Tech to the title game of the NCAA Tournament.

Ricky O'Donnell, SB Nation (link)

The pick: De'Andre Hunter, SF, Virginia

Explanation: If you’re looking for a 3-and-D prospect with a high floor, Hunter is a safe bet in this draft.

Jonathan Wasserman, Bleacher Report (link)

The pick: Jarrett Culver, SG, Texas Tech

Explanation: Even if the Cavaliers are undecided about Culver's ceiling, his floor appears high. He should be able to give Cleveland a well-rounded offensive player and solid defensive link next to Collin Sexton.

Brian Lewis, New York Post (link)

The pick: De'Andre Hunter, SF, Virginia

Explanation: At 21 he’s not the youngest prospect. But with 27 points and nine boards in the NCAA title game, he showed he can be productive in big spots. He’s long, can guard and is clutch.