Jalen Green, who is the #1 prospect for the class of 2020, is considering skipping college and heading straight to the NBA if the rules allow him to.
Recently, the Commission on College Basketball recommended to the NBA and NCAA take a deep look into getting rid of the one-and-done rule, which would allow players to enter the NBA Draft straight from high school instead of spending the required 1 year elsewhere (college, overseas, etc.) before entering the draft.
Green is as talented a prospect as there is, and is looking to be the first high schooler drafted #1 overall since Dwight Howard in 2004. The 6’5″ shooting guard currently holds offers from Arizona, Kansas, Villanova and many others.
For more on Jalen Green, here are his sophomore season highlights: