Candid Coaches: Which elite 2014 player will struggle most in college?
Friday, August 16, 2013
It's not a secret that every five-star prospect won't pan out at the next level, or be a superstar right off the bat in college. Some could struggle to adapt, some could fit in poorly. But who will it be in the 2014 class? Which 2014 prospect will struggle most at the college level? Goodluck Okonoboh: 14 percent, Trey Lyles: 11 percent, Daniel Hamilton: 8 percent, Kevon Looney: 6 percent, Cliff Alexander: 6 percent, Joel Berry: 6 percent, Emmanuel Mudiay: 6 percent (CBS Sports
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