The end of the College Basketball season usually starts the process of athletes declaring for the NBA draft. With a lot of talent from this year’s College Basketball season, let’s dive into who some of the best players entering the draft will be.
The Houston Cougars Guard had himself a College Basketball season to remember. Leading his team to a 1 Seed in March Madness and maintaining the number one overall ranking in the nation was impressive by all means.
Sasser averaged 16.8 points a night during his Senior year. It should be interesting to see how NBA teams portray Sasser’s playing ability. I do see him being a vital guard once he steps on to an NBA court.
Jamie Jaquez Jr
The UCLA star saw himself have a fantastic season with his team. Leading the PAC-12 as one of the players of the season, Jaquez Jr averaged 17.8 points and 8.2 rebounds a night.
His impressive season with the Bruins should see his draft value rise this year. It will be interesting to see the role that Jaquez Jr could have on an NBA roster next season.
Wilson had himself a great College Basketball career. Winning the 2022 NCAA March Madness with his Kansas team elevated his game and leadership to a high level. The Junior Forward averaged 20.1 points and 8.3 rebounds a night.
His impressive College Basketball resume and playing career should have him as a first round pick. Jalen WIslon provides the skills and decent shooting ability to make an impact on an NBA squad.
Brandon Miller led his Alabama team to one of their best seasons in program history. This was the first time they went into March Madness as 1 seed. Miller was one of the leading College players of the season.
Miller averaged 18.8 points and 8.2 rebounds a night in his impressive season.
His impressive season has him projected to be the highest projected College player entering into the draft. He could be a Top 3 pick entering this year’s draft.
Trayce Jackson-Davis finished the season as one of the best Big 10 players of the College Basketball season. He helped lead his Hoosiers side to a great season.
Finishing the College Basketball year off with an average of 20.9 points and 10.8 rebounds made Jackson-Davis one of the leading stars in College Basketball hoops. On top of that, he shot an incredible 58% from the field.
Many NBA teams will have Jackson-Davis on their radar in this years draft. He will be able to help any team as a role player in his first few seasons.