One And Done Kansas Jayhawks
Number Six: Kelly Oubre Jr.
Kelly Oubre Jr., unlike the previous two on this list, would play to expectation for the Kansas Jayhawks. He would have games where he would have very little impact, but other than that he was a solid shooting guard for KU. Kelly would go on to play the full season completing 36 games, averaging 9.2 points, 5 rebounds and have a 44.4 field goal percentage.
Before he even started his freshman season Kelly was expected to go into the NBA Draft. It seemed like he kept that thought with him his entire college career. In my opinion, Kelly mostly resembled Wayne Selden Jr. in his play; a solid college player with the NBA being a potential end goal.
He didn’t listen to me though, and he decided to move on with his career to the professional level after his one season at KU. With the 15th pick in the First Round of the 2015 NBA Draft the Washington Wizards selected Kelly Oubre Jr.
Ok, so Kelly Oubre has gone on to be a solid NBA bench player in his first two seasons with the Wizards. In his 2015-16 season, Kelly played 63 games, averaged 3.7 points, 10.7 minutes per game, and owned a 42.7 field goal percentage. In his current season, Kelly has played 52 games, averages 6.3 points, 20.8 minutes per game, and owns a 41.8 field goal percentage.