College Basketball Players Staying Longer Than One Year in College Developing players skills

Players that stay in college will develop their skills.

Players will also get an education while they play basketball.

The longer the players stay in college the better prepared they will be for the NBA.

The more developed the player's skills are in college the better they will be in the NBA.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, drafted eighth overall in 2013 draft and he played for the University of Georgia for three years.

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