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College Basketball insider Jon Rothstein listed LSU's Skylar Mays as his No. 1 player that could surprise at the next level.

Mays averaged 16.7 points per game, 5 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game this past season.


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not to mention a great head on his shoulders
Reply7 months
Look no further then Garrett Temple
Reply7 months
If you told someone in 2006 his NBA career would outlast everyone else's on that Final Four team you'd have gotten laughed at. Here we are. Hard work, IQ, fundamentals, defense.
7 months
Could be another Malcolm Brogdon
Reply7 months
Geaux Skylar!!! You show em!!!
Reply7 months
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