D’Angelo Harrison has played two seasons with the St. John’s Red Storm and they have been two very solid seasons to say the least. However, what can Harrison do in the 2013-14 college basketball season to raise his stock for the 2014 NBA Draft?
Other than scoring at least 20 points per game, there are a few things Harrison could do to really impact his draft stock. He could become a better shooter overall, since he did only shoot 39.4 percent from the field and 31.5 percent from behind the arc. He could lead his team on a deep run in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. He also could get better overall as a player.
Harrison is still a great player and who knows where he will go in the draft, since this year’s draft hasn’t even taken place.
Scoring 16+ points per game in two seasons in college hoops is quite the feat. Although scoring a bunch of points is great and all, Steve Lavin, Harrison and many other people would probably like to see that personal success turn into some team success.
The Red Storm were not the best team in the Big East this past season to say the least. However, if they can finally meet expectations and if Harrison can be one of the main players to help this team achieve that, there is no doubt that his draft stock will increase.
He could always grow five more inches, but that is not going to happen.
Harrison is a very talented player and this will be a huge season for him in terms of his draft stock.
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