Arizona fans know this as well as anyone, because they saw first-hand what much of the nation only got to witness during the NCAA tournament: freshman forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson was the Wildcats best player for extended stretches this season.
It wasn't only Aaron Gordon, a projected lottery pick this June and Nick Johnson, the Pac-12 Player of the Year after a standout junior season. Hollis-Jefferson came up huge, particularly come tournament time. So what did Hollis-Jefferson's standout March do for his draft stock? It put him right into the 2014 draft conversation, for one, but how high could he go if he decides to leave Tucson after only one season?
Here's the latest.