Holy, 7-3 wingspan from Eason?? With his burst+energy on the defensive end?
I continue to be high on Eason. He has some significant issues (he can play out of control on both ends - tunnel vision on offense and bad/frequent fouls on defense) but if he can be a plus shooter as a big wing/PF I think he's a great fit with Fox & Sabonis.
If De'Aaron and Domas are your building blocks, you're going to want 3&D guys around them in the starting lineup.
But specifically, you'll want a SG who (a) isn't ball dominant and (b) can ideally defend either guard spot since Fox is still a poor defender. Mitchell can guard PGs and pretty much all SGs but I don't know if he's a great fit starting next to Fox. DiVincenzo is more of a free safety type defender than a great 1:1 defender. Still I like what he brings and I hope he's re-signed. If he is, unless the Kings make a big signing or draft a stud SG, he should get an opportunity to start next to Fox.
Next to Sabonis you really want a big wing who can (a) stretch the floor (b) provide some weakside shotblocking (c) be switchable and active on defense and (d) is good in transition/off outlets and on cuts to the basket. Eason is probably the best fit for that in this draft. Jabari Smith Jr is a better shooter, but struggles a bit (at least for now) in attacking the basket and Eason is a better passer (again, for now). Holmgren is an elite shotblocker and should stretch the floor, but I don't think he'll be switchable on the NBA level. I think he could be a liability on that end if he's asked to guard big wings, but I don't think he will ever be able to check full grown centers. I like him a lot as a prospect, but in terms of fit, I don't know that he helps the Kings where they are weakest beyond rim protection - which doesn't work teams play 5 out and he's forced toward the perimeter.
For now, Barnes will man one of the wing spots.
I floated this idea previously, but if the Kings stay at 7 and Jalen Duran is still on the board, a trade with Charlotte for #13 and #15 makes a lot of sense. Duren is an ideal fit with Ball as a lob threat and transition big and he helps address Charlotte's biggest weakness as a poor defensive team.
At 13 the Kings grab Eason and at 15 hopefully either Malaki Branham or Ochai Agbaji are still on the board. Branham has more long term potential, but Agbaji could step in on day one and improve the perimeter defense. His outside shot is still streaky and even as a senior he drifted a bit, but I think with less offensive responsibility he'd get back to being more engaged defensively. If both are off the board I'd look at EJ Liddell, Kendall Brown, Ousmane Dieng, and Blake Wesley, probably in that order or maybe flip-flopping Lidell and Brown.
It's also looking likely that one or more of Jordan Hall, Johnny Juzang, Hyunjung Lee, Caleb Houston and/or Jabari Walker could go undrafted so there's some UDFA wing bargain shopping for McNair to do
But if it worked out I'd look to trade Richaun and Len. and probably either Harkless or Holiday Re-sign DiVincenzo and sign Hartenstein and you'd have
C Sabonis/Hartenstein/Queta or Jones
SF Barnes/Harkless or Holiday/UDFA wing
SG DiVincenzo/Agbaji or Branham/Davis
PG Fox/Mitchell/FA 3rd PG
To me that's a team with some very solid potential.
My biggest concern is Eason playing himself into a higher pick.