For college basketball freshmen today, there’s no bigger status symbol than securing the “one-and-done” label. Jumping to the NBA after one season is a perfectly reasonable option for those stars who are ready for the pro game, but there are plenty of talented first-year collegians who would be better off becoming talented second-year collegians instead of languishing on benches in the pros.
Kentucky's Aaron Harrison, for one, obviously did wonders for his draft prospects by hitting two game-winning treys in the NCAA tournament. However, pro scouts are still going to have plenty of questions about a 2-guard who shot just .356 from the college three-point arc over the course of the season.
Herein, a closer look at Harrison and nine more freshmen who would do well to stick around for their sophomore seasons. Note that only freshmen who have not announced their decisions (in either direction) were considered for this list.