Kenny Kadji is an interesting NBA prospect. For starters, he will be 25 years old by the time the 2013 NBA Draft kicks off in late June. Kadji began his collegiate career at Florida in 2008, but after two lackluster seasons in Gainesville, he made the decision to transfer to Miami (FL). Kadji has revitalized his hype and potential in two seasons with the Hurricanes and in turn, he will have the opportunity to hear his named called in the latter portion of the second round.
Kadji has great size at 6-foot-11 and is listed as a power forward. He loves to play physical and he has the size and toughness to bang and attack the glass. Kadji also showed an increasing range in 2012-13, averaging 3.7 three point attempts during the 2012-13 season. Kadji is certainly no guarantee to be drafted, but if he can impress in pre-draft workouts, he might have the opportunity to hear his name called.
Draft Projection: Late Second Round to Undrafted
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