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Breaking Down the NBA Draft by College Experience

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On Thursday night, the 2022 NBA Draft was filled with former college and professional players from elsewhere finding new homes in the National Basketball Association. While the majority of draft picks were multi-year college players, the amount of one-and-done players drafted was just lower.

Out of the 58 players chosen in the 2022 NBA Draft…

  • 21 were one-and-done players.
  • 23 were multi-year college players
  • 14 were professional players prior to the NBA

ONE AND DONE – IN ORDER

Paolo Banchero

Chet Holmgren

Jabari Smith

Shaedon Sharpe

Jeremy Sochan

Jalen Duren

AJ Griffin

Malaki Branham

Blake Wesley

Patrick Baldwin Jr.

Tyty Washington Jr

Peyton Watson

Caleb Houstan

Max Christie

Kennedy Chandler

Bryce McGowens

Trevor Keels

Moussa Diabate

Josh Minott

Kendall Brown

JD Davison

MULTIYEAR COLLEGE PLAYERS

Associacao Atletica Ponte Preta (Brazil) Murray

Jaden Ivey

Bennedict Mathurin

Johnny Davis

Jalen Williams (Santa Clara)

Ochai Agbaji

Mark Williams

Tari Eason**

Dalen Terry

Jake LaRavia**

Christian Braun

Walker Kessler**

David Roddy

Wendell Moore Jr.

Andrew Nembhard**

Christian Koloko

Jaylin Williams

EJ Liddell

Ryan Rollins

Vince Williams Jr.

Isaiah Mobley

Tyrese Martin

Jabari Walker

** = player transferred in college.

OVERSEAS/PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE PLAYERS DRAFTED

Dyson Daniels (G League Ignite)

Oousmane Dieng (NZ Breakers)

Marjon Beauchamp (G league Ignite)

Nikola Jovic (KK Mega Leks)

Gabriele Procida (Fortitudo Pallacanestro Bologna – Italy)

Jaden Hardy  (G League Ignite)

Khalifa Diop (CB Gran Canaria)

Israel Kamagate (Paris)

Matteo Spagnolo (Vanoli Cremona)

Karlo Matkovic (Mega Mozzart – Serbia)

Yannick Nzosa – (Unicaja Baloncesto Malaga – Spain)

Gui Santos (Associacao Atletica Ponte Preta – Brazil)

Luke Travers (Perth Wildcats – Australia)

Hugo Besson (NZ Breakers)

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