North Carolina State Wolfpack’s T.J. Warren Will Have A Big Season
The North Carolina State Wolfpack are losing enough talent to go from a team that was expected to win the ACC to a team that will likely not even compete in the conference in just one season. However, there is one bright spot on their team returning and that is T.J. Warren. A big season out of him in the 2013-14 college basketball season can definitely be expected.
Since four other players averaged more points per game than Warren this past season, and those four players will no longer be on the team, it is a no brainer that Warren will be the new go-to guy.
He was pretty impressive in his freshman season, though, despite NC State disappointing quite a bit. He averaged 12.1 points per game and 4.2 rebounds per game. Those numbers could easily sky rocket in the upcoming season.
Warren is a very talented player and he could easily declare for the 2014 NBA Draft with a good season next year. At 6’8”, he has the size to make it at the next level and the size to dominate in college hoops.
The ACC will be packed with great teams and the Wolfpack will likely not be one of them, but that does not mean that Warren will have a bad year. He has the talent to breakout and challenge for ACC Player of the Year. Just because he will be one of the only real threats on this team–some great players will be coming in–does not mean that he is not a good player.
Warren would have likely led this team anyways at some point, since he did have a pretty big freshman season for North Carolina State.
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