Top College NBA Prospects

The NCAA College Basketball tournament ends tonight and the next step for a lot of these players is the NBA. As of the past few years, players have been taking a different route to the NBA than college. The No. 1 pick is expected to be a Frenchmen, Victor Wembanyama, followed by a G-League player, Scoot Henderson. There are still some top prospects from college though we break down here:

Brandon Miller Alabama

Miller may be in the mix to be the No. 2 overall pick in the draft. He helped lead Alabama to a No. 1 seed before they got knocked out in a surprising loss to San Diego St. who has made it all the way to the finals. This year Miller showed he can score, shoot, and defend. All that will translate nicely to the NBA.

Taylor Hendricks Central Florida

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Hendricks is a player who has risen up draft boards and now may be selected as a high as No. 3 overall. He has been a standout college player but disappeared against some bigger opponents like when he had just nine points against Oregon or five against Memphis.

Nick Smith Jr. Arkansas

It was a tough year for Nick Smith Jr. as he dealt with injuries. His numbers don’t do him justice as in his 17 games played there were two games where he played five minutes or less. Smith Jr. could be a legit NBA star.

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