Every year, countless of young college players declare their eligibility for the NBA Draft. While many go on to stardom, many more go on to mediocrity and many more than that go on to irrelevance. I'm here to help some young college stars avoid that fate.
Some guys need more time to develop before they make the jump to the pro level. It may not have to do with a lack of talent. It may simply be that their game lacks the refinement and development necessary to keep up in the faster-paced professional game.
There are quite a few players in this year's draft that should return to school for some of that refinement, even if they are lottery picks. It's tough for young players to see this, but becoming the best player you can be before you get to the professional level is more important in the long run than an early pay day.
Here are three college players that should seriously consider heading back to campus for next season.