NBA Draft 2012: 5 Players Who Should Have Stayed in College

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NBA Draft 2012: 5 Players Who Should Have Stayed in College
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South Florida's Victor Rudd Jr. is one player who would have benefited from some more time in college.

Every year, the NBA Draft is full of players who were exceptional college basketball players. Players like Derrick Rose, Kyrie Irving and, in the case of 2012, Anthony Davis were all destined to entertain us for one season before taking their talents to the NBA.

But for every Irving, there is a Tobias Harris. Some players that leave the college ranks early and leave us all wondering why they would make such an enormous jump when they simply aren't ready.

As of this writing, 23 underclassmen have declared for the 2012 draft, and the balance between "no-brainers" and "head-scratchers" is just as even as always.

South Florida's Victor Rudd Jr. (pictured above) may be the leader of the "head-scratcher" group, but here are five more players that I believe are leaving the most on the table by leaving early for the NBA.

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