Not a bad piece about whether certain players should stay another year or leave.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...uld-stay-or-go

Here's AG's Part:

Aaron Gordon, freshman forward, Arizona—“What’s the one thing he does really well? I’m not sure I know. He’s a better athlete than he is a basketball player. He can really defend, and he can defend multiple positions, which will help him. But is he a three (small forward) or a four (power forward)? Does he shoot it really great? Not really. I don’t think he’s a top 10 pick. He may go in the Top 10, but that’d just be a case of someone betting on upside. Right now he’s a good college player. Not a great one, but a good one. Because of his size and athleticism he may come around, but right now he’s a gamble.”

Here's NJ's Part:

Nick Johnson, junior point guard, Arizona—“He’s a potential first-round guy, a borderline first-rounder. He’s quick off the dribble, a quick first step. I like his athleticism. He’s got good balance and a solid stroke. I love the way he competes. He’s more of a combo guard than a true point guard, although he’ll need to play some point in the NBA. He’s a guy you could put out there to give your starting point guard a rest, but he’s not a guy where you’d say, ‘Here’s the ball. Go run my team.’ It’ll be a spot duty thing. I definitely think he’s turning more and more heads. He’s trending upward.”

LOL, and just for kicks, here's Jahii's part:

Jahii Carson, sophomore point guard, Arizona State
—“I’m not a big fan. He’s not even in the top 10-12 in his league for assist-to-turnover ratio. He’s extremely quick, and he’s a tough kid. But he’s a streaky shooter and just really, really small. I think he’ll get drafted but he’ll be a backup in the NBA at best.”