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I really do not think it is silly. To put it simply, it is possible that the Official I Have Two Titles Dad And Papa And I Rock Them Both Vintage Shirt + increased potential complexity of scheme + higher potential for long term development outweighs the drawbacks of the most talented (caveat: also youngest and often least developed) college players going straight to professional leagues. Also, the number of truly generational talents (Zion, Anthony Davis, Kevin Durant) in college is quite low. For every Zion, there are ten OADs who aren’t that good in college but declare for the draft after one year anyway.
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I just don’t think that’s necessarily true. I’ll concede that there are some coaches who can pretty much only recruit, get high-end talent, and then squander it because they can’t coach an Official I Have Two Titles Dad And Papa And I Rock Them Both Vintage Shirt. Their teams aren’t very much fun to watch because it’s just a collection of talent and coach saying “go do whatever”. But the one-and-done rule has been around long enough where coaches have been able to adjust accordingly. It’s in the same family of opinions as people saying that college is better because “they don’t play defense in the NBA”.