Andrew Harrison (6'5/220) - Pure PG with size, strength, and great shooting touch.
Some passing at the Reebok classic.
Watching videos go Wiggins makes me hate the one year rule. Wiggins should be #1 this year, not next year.
I personally would like to see an option to come out after high school and if you don't there is a mandatory two years in college.
Cy is a Baker, he doesn't work fast food. Don't make that mistake, he doesn't like it.
This one shows a little more of his overall skillset. I'm bringing him up because we have at least a possibility of packaging picks and assets to move up to the 4 - 5 range (with a little dreaming on my part). It may be as easy to snag Andrew Harrison as some of these other guys we're talking about .. and I'd say he'd be a bigger get than Jeff Teague or Eric Bledsoe..
I hate straight to the NBA, myself (hear me out). I've been in the gyms when it was straight out of HS and I've been there when it was one and done. The amount of sleaziness going on with the NBA in HS gyms was terrible. It's bad enough as it is with the show companies, AAU teams, etc .. but throw in the NBA scouts, NBA 'runners' and it gets 10x worse and much more distracting for very young kids.
Also, it's MUCH better for the NBA to have the kids go to college for at least one year. I bet the NBA has taken a nice spike in viewership since instituting the one and done rule. I wouldn't have ever started watching the NBA otherwise.
It's also much better on the budgets of NBA teams. Now they don't have to send scouts to random HS games and spread their resources more thin than being able to watch the kids at a college level and see more than one kid at a time, usually.
The NBA management actually wants a 2 year rule. Less expense, more maturity of the players/less risk, and higher viewership (college fans following).
As for the kids? I don't know .. I'm conflicted. I agree with Calipari that all Div1 athletes of income generating programs (I'll explain why 'income generating' if anyone wants to know) should get paid about $5,000 per year to take care of little things like their car breaking down, taking a girl on a date, etc.
So in summary, I'm open to about anything, Calipari is still going to recruit the best, no matter the rules, but I would hate to see the NBA back in HS gyms.