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Thread: How Will This Year’s Pre-Draft Process Work?

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    Default How Will This Year’s Pre-Draft Process Work?

    In recent years, college underclassmen have been able to garner valuable feedback regarding their draft prospects by declaring for the draft, working through the combine, and meeting with NBA talent evaluators. If the feedback suggests that a player is draft ready, he can choose to remain in the draft and forego his remaining eligibility. If the feedback suggests that the player will go undrafted or that he might improve his draft position by playing additional college ball, the player would have the option to return to school.

    How will players gain that feedback during this year’s process? Will the NBA scouts be allowed to meet these players in person? Will they go through a normal testing process? How much benefit will players receive from this exercise?
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    Great questions, been thinking the same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrizZAG View Post
    Great questions, been thinking the same thing.
    It seems all these Zags wisely wanting to test the waters and get valuable feedback then make an informed decision about going pro or playing another season of college hoops aren’t gonna get the full experience, to say the least. Added layer of uncertainty is whether there will even be a college season to return to. Sucks all around for them.
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    It will work better.

    People will have less of a chance to "over think" things. Both the GMS and the players.
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