10 College Basketball Players To Watch That Aren’t Freshmen
The talent in the 2014 NBA draft is so talent filled, good teams would rather tank for a shot at basketball’s next superstars than make the playoffs as an eighth seed. ESPN’s Champions Classic introduced the country to Kentucky’s Julius Randle, Duke’s Jabari Parker and Andrew Wiggins of Kansas. While those three are the leaders of a phenomenal freshmen class, there are other players on the college basketball landscape that will have NBA teams jonesing until June. Here’s a few can’t miss talents that you should know who have a year or more of college hardwood experience under their belts.