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If he could work on his free throws and his mid range game up to 12 feet out and hit those shots he could be a top five pick in 2014. He needs to stay and improve on the above.
Jarnell needs to get his degree first and foremost. Him making a decent living playing basketball anywhere is a long shot right now. His defensive and offensive skill set are severely lacking at this point. The only part of his game that has pro potential is his bulk and athleticism and obviously his ego. I hope he comes back this year with the dedication and perseverance to really improve his foot work and offensive skills. But as stated before, his degree is paramount, I would bet his college diploma is going to lead to more financial security than his pro basketball career.
No way he's ready for the next level. Should return for at least one more year.
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