If things go sour and they end up in the top part of the lottery again, 6'4 SG Nick Smith (Arkansas) is a player who I think would fit in quite well with the kings, he's an explosive scorer with a deadly step-back J and he's definitely not going to fall like Jaden Hardy did this year just because he's much more unselfish and has better vision/doesnt always default to hero ball..
Now I think Smith is a pipe-dream and out of reach and the Kings are more likley to end up in the teens adn there's a player currently projected by these too early mocks in the teens, that I belive is better than those projections, but he'd be a great fit with this roster if they dont acquire a nice young C in FA:
Duke's 7'2" C Derek Lively II, who's freakishly mobile for a player that size/age and also shows flashes of shooting potential. He's also got to have a wingspan of about 7'7" or 7'8".. The Post-Coach K/Jon Scheyer era for Duke is going to start off with a BANG, n Lively is going to be the star of the show. Dariq Whitehead 6'5" Wing headed to Duke figures to be a lotto pick as well and he'd fit in great as a swingman here, has a lot of Jimmy Butler like qualities.
Another player to keep an eye on will be Nick Smith's teammate incoming freshman 6'7 Anthony Black -- If he shoots the 3 well his stock is going to explode, he's a bit like LaMelo Ball..
A 'Sleeper" pick for me is Overtime Elite's Bryson Warren 6'2"(Maybe 6'3) PG with a lethal midrange game and pretty looking shot he was Mr. Basketball in the state of Arkansas for 2021. He's exceptionally well polished for such a young player and would be one of the youngest in this entire draft, still 18 next summer turning 19 in October. I believe he could step in and play backup PG minutes faster than most.