How well-rounded athletes performed en route to the Final Four After the chaos of the previous weekend, the 2023 men's NCAA tournament has advanced to the Final Four.
saw the seasons of Nick Smith Jr. of Arkansas, Anthony Black, Jarace Walker, and Brandon Miller of Alabama end early.
There are consequently no more projected lottery options in the pitch at this time. ESPN's NBA draught expert Jonathan Givony followed the action all weekend long.
providing the most recent analysis on top prospects Jordan Hawkins of UConn, Miller, Black, and Smith. Givony's most recent top 100 rankings are also available here.
Miller's shooting records against elite competition are concerning. Against top-50 opposition, in 19 games,
In his 18 other games, he shot 63% on 2s and 45% on 3s, but he only made 39% of his 2-point attempts and 32% of his 3-point attempts.
Due to his lack of explosiveness and reliance on difficult shots beyond the arc and around the hoop,
The presence of several of the previously mentioned red flags was raised by Miller's inability to create separation from San Diego State's defence.