How Many Freshmen are in the 2017 NBA Draft? Expect Records to be Broken
If you got the skill, you need not to wait for your senior year.
A record 14 college freshmen were selected in the 2016 NBA Draft, one more than in 2015. Another record is expected again this year. The top freshmen for the 2017 draft include Bam Adebayo (Kentucky), Jarrett Allen (Texas), Ike Anigbogu (UCLA), Lonzo Ball (UCLA), Zach Collins (Gonzaga), De'Aaron Fox (Kentucky), Markelle Fultz (Washington), Harry Giles (Duke), Jonathan Isaac (Florida State), Josh Jackson (Kansas), TJ Leaf (UCLA), Lauri Markkanen (Arizona), Malik Monk (Kentucky), Justin Patton (Creighton), Dennis Smith (NC State) and Jayson Tatum (Duke).