The talented NCAA player joins the NBA Draft next season

One of the most notable names at the NCAA basketball, Trae Young decided to break up with the school where he was playing to start his dream. His NBA dream from the following season.

After an impressive season with the University of Oklahoma’s basketball team, the young player with the style of play and the ability to throw three points compared to Stephen Curry has attracted a lot of attention.

In the first season of NCAA, Young was selected for the team of the All-American Game, the All-Star match for players who played at NCAA. He is also the leading player in both key metrics this season at the NCAA Division, one being the average score (27.4 points per game) and assist (8.7 assists per match).

If no player surpasses Young’s achievement at the end of the season, he will be the first and only to the end of the tournament with a lead in both score and assist.

The achievements of Trae Young

The player also holds three more assists in an NCAA match with 22 assists in a match against Northwestern State. The last time a player-created 22 times at the NCAA was in 1989 (Sherman Douglas).

On March 7, Young was also honored to receive the award for the best freshman player of the tournament (National Freshman of the Year).

Shortly after Oklahoma Sooners lost to Rhode Island and was eliminated at NCAA, Young decided he would break up with the team and sign up for the 2018 NBA Draft. with representatives to complete the necessary procedures for you. To prepare for this Draft, Young will start training with a personal trainer in California next month.

Many experts say that Trae Young will be a top pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. ESPN analyst Jonathan Givony predicts Young will be the eighth pick in this selection period.

Despite being appreciated in the ability to score points as well as thinking smart play with sharp passes, Young has a weak point in defense. Great potential but Young still has a lot of work to do before thinking of being able to reach the level of Steph Curry.