That's my point, right now the guy has zero shot at the NBA. Maybe, just maybe, if he had an amazing year at Marquette he could get in the D-league. Why is he forgoing that year. He must think much more of himself than he should and THAT may be why
Posted By: Rocker Ute
Date: Thursday 30 May 2019, at 08:53 am Recommended by
he left Utah, because the coaches were realistic with him.
Just think of the former Utah star players and compare them to Jayce and then think how MOST of those truly special guys on the college level had nominal to poor careers in the NBA. Nothing against Jayce, he played D-1 ball at a P5 school, but he isn't even going to be in a top European league.