One and Done Rule to Hit Kentucky Basketball Hardest

March 26, 2010 at 9:51 am by Terez in John Calipari, John Wall, University of Kentucky

We out Terez..

The one and done rule is turning freshman phenoms into sophomore bolters..The rule, which went into effect in 2006, requires a player to be at least 19 years old and one year out of high school before entering the draft. No freshman in their right mind would stick around when serious cash is at their doorstep..Even studs like Kentucky’s John Wall, who is literally worshiped at the College level, wouldn’t turn down the opportunity at a Multi-millionaire dollar deal..No chance the “John Wall Dance Phenomenon” will catch on like it has in Lexington, but if UK wins this year, he will be remebered forever..You only get one year to become a legend these days.. “What I do is recruit the best players I can and if they’re prepared after a year to go, I influence them to go,” Calipari told the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times. “Then you just keep reloading.” Calipari will have to find his next Wall..and go from there. -TO

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