Kansas guard Devon Dotson declaring for 2020 NBA draft

Here’s KSHB in Kansas City with info on a draft prospect going pro:

Calling it his “ultimate dream,” Kansas sophomore Devon Dotson will forgo his final two seasons of college eligibility and declare for the NBA Draft.

Last season, Dotson led the Big 12 in scoring, averaging 18.1 points per game, and was named Big 12 Player of the Week three times. The Charlotte, N.C., native was also a Consensus All-America Second Team and Wooden Award All-American.

Speaking to ESPN.com, Dotson said: “I can bring elite speed, explosiveness and change of pace to an NBA team early. I believe with the additional spacing that the NBA game provides, I will be able to put pressure on the defense with my speed and strength,” he said. “Also, I believe that I will be able to initiate offense in the open court with my ability to changes ends quickly. Lastly, my toughness, speed and quick feet also translates well on defense allowing me to stay in front of opposing point guards.”

The 2020 draft is scheduled for June 25.

Author: Inside Hoops

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