JOB is not NBA ready. If he declares he'll be lucky to be a second round pick, and if he stayed he'd almost assuredly go higher next year and earn himself a lot of money. Remember how good marcus was?? And he went middle of the second. That being said, there's definitely a chance he leaves just bc he's impatient or doesn't like school or whatever, there's a bunch of reasons he could declare.
Now if he does stay, anyone who thinks that team won't be able to make a final four is a fricking moron. Will they?? Who knows LSU's most talented team of all time in the early 90's lost in the second round. That being said look at some of the teams to make final fours in recent years, Butler twice, VCU once, George Mason. Hell the year UCONN won it might not have had a team in it as talented as our team will be next year, assuming thee recruits are as good as advertised. And we're still in for Keith Frazier
ETA: I apologize to the OP that most rantards don't understand the difference between saying a team is final four capable and a team is a final four favorite or lock
This post was edited on 1/30 at 11:51 pm