I think the one and done thing hurts college programs -- not just with basketball. They go to college, eat up some scholarship money, play for a year, then go pro. I'd rather that scholarship money go to student athletes who want to be a part of the program for four years.<quoted text>Sorry, did not know you were an NBA talent scout. She did not make any distinction based on talent. Just that they were not pros. Nowadays, by rule, they can't go straight to the NBA. So many of those players are one and done. But they now have to go to college. Based on Jess's statement, those players would be included in the group "college players". I stand by my statement.
However, they're doing what the rest of us would do: Get to making the big bucks as quickly as we're allowed.