I dont think he will be a one and done, or maybe i just hope not, but there is already talk on ESPN.
Scouts have been raving about Illinois' Brandon Paul, Minnesota's Rodney Williams and Gonzaga's Elias Harris. Paul is a superathletic guard who has drawn some comparisons toDwyane Wade. The comparison may be a little much given that Wade is a top-five player in the league, but you can see why some may see the fit. Paul is an undersized guard who makes up for it with long arms and explosive leaping ability. Paul can get to the basket and shoot the 3, but has a rep as a guy who doesn't always go hard.
Williams is a swingman who has shocked scouts with his early productivity for Minnesota. Teams knew he was an elite athlete, but his aggressiveness and his solid shooting in the early going have taken them aback.
Harris is another player who has made a name for himself early in the Maui Invitational. He's not putting up huge numbers, but he's been a beast on the boards and has shocked scouts with his ability to play some 3. After seeing him dominate in his home country of Germany, most teams had him penciled in as an uber-athletic, albeit undersized, 4. He's been able to show some perimeter prowess at Gonzaga. If he can make the transition to the 3, his stock goes up tremendously.