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G Jaxson Robinson - BYU Cougars

Jaxson Robinson could follow his former coach, Mark Pope, from the BYU Cougars to the Kentucky Wildcats. He can also stay in the NBA Draft, where he projects as a second-round selection.

Robinson was a key reason for BYU's success during its maiden season in the Big 12. The 6-foot-7 wing only started in six games, but he still earned All-Big 12 honors, as well as the league's Sixth Man of the Year award. He averaged 14.2 points per game off the bench while hitting 35.4 percent of his threes.

Throughout the season, Robinson showed a propensity to score in droves. He once dropped 28 points in a game against Denver on the back of eight three-pointers made. He scored 25 in the first round upset to Duquesne in the NCAA Tournament.

Robinson has great size for a guard or even a wing. He should be able to develop into a good shooter at the professional level, particularly from three.

But he's not a great rebounder. It's also a bit of a concern when a player who wants to be drafted doesn't carve out a starting role, even if that's entirely by design.

If Robinson withdraws from the draft, he good find his way back to Provo. But he is also in the transfer portal and some believe its fait accompli he'll follow Mark Pope to Lexington should Robinson decide to come back.