At a time when five to seven members of the Kentucky Wildcats are expected to leave for the NBA, two players have already made their decision to go pro.
According to reports, Kentucky sophomore guards Aaron and Andrew Harrison have declared for the 2015 NBA Draft.
Kentucky sophomore guards Andrew and Aaron Harrison will enter the NBA Draft and have decided upon representation, sources told RealGM.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) April 8, 2015
Currently, Andrew Harrison is projected as a second-round pick. Aaron, meanwhile, is expected to go undrafted. Andrew averaged 9.3 points this season, while Aaron averaged 11.0 points.
Both players saw their production dip from their freshman to sophomore seasons.
Karl Anthony-Towns, Willie Cauley-Stein, Trey Lyles and Devon Booker are the other Kentucky players who are viewed as most likely to make the leap to the pros.
Anthony-Towns is a potential No. 1 pick, while Cauley-Stein is projected in the top ten.
While losing so many high-caliber players is a tough blow for any team, John Calipari and the Wildcats will likely be able to reload the roster with talent as they have proven capable of doing time and time again.
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