Kansas Jayhawks' Path to the Draft

Ricky UrriolaContributor IMarch 22, 2009

MINNEAPOLIS - MARCH 20:  Sherron Collins #4 of the Kansas Jayhawks defends against the North Dakota State Bison during the first round of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome on March 20, 2009 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Kansas won 84-74. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

With just about all of the main players of the Kansas Jayhawks leaving for the NBA draft last year, Bill Self was left with almost a brand new lineup of players. After winning the NCAA championship last year in 2008, there is a very slim chance at that same championship this year.

New star players have developed this season. Sherron Collins, Cole Aldrich, and Tyshawn Taylor are the teams leading players this year. Will any of those players end up in the NBA draft soon?

Sherron Collins averages 18.3 points per game with around five assists. Collins' has a great chance at a professional basketball career in his future. Cole Aldrich averages around 14.6 points per game and gets around 10 rebounds a game.

Aldrich also has a good chance at the NBA. If both Aldrich and Collins keep this up, they could be in the draft soon.

In your opinion, will Cole Aldrich or Sherron Collins end up in the NBA?

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