Kentucky Basketball: Will This Be Terrence Jones' Last Dance at Kentucky?
Kentucky Basketball Is About to Make Some Noise In Tourney, Will It Be Terrence Jones' Last?
We are just going to have to get used to this. With the NBA rule that players must attend at least one year of college before entering the draft, programs are forced to rent a player for one year. That is what faces one of the top programs in the nation.
It was a little over a year ago that Kentucky locked up their prized recruit Terrence Jones. Now they may have to say goodbye to one of their best players.
Terrence Jones will be going to his first and last March Madness tourney. That is a fact that only gets more certainty with the success of Kentucky. Jones has been all over mock draft boards. A few have him in the top five, others have him as a late draft pick.
If Jones can solidify a first-round pick with some consistent play in the tournament, he is as good as gone. The Wildcat is a talented tweener. He came in as a point guard, then grew out of his 6'4" frame.
He will make a great point forward in the NBA. His style of play, size and ball-handling ability has many comparing him to Lamar Odom.
The next player to be one and done will be Terrence Jones. The farther Kentucky goes in the tournament, the more likely he is to go pro next season.
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