The NBA Draft process continues to change, and it’s particularly unique this year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the delays in the NBA’s schedule. And one player going through this unique process right now is Michigan State’s Aaron Henry. And in one of the more surprising developments, Henry opted to join a recent NBA Draft breakdown. It’s certainly not something you would have seen years ago, even though it’s really entertaining.
You can see the full breakdown here:
Henry has played two seasons in East Lansing and averaged an impressive 10 points and 4.6 rebounds per game during that time. He was vitally important in Michigan State’s run to the Final Four in 2019 and started 29 games this season as the Spartans earned a share of the regular season Big Ten title.
With players like Luka Garza still weighing their Draft options, it’s hard to say Henry’s decision is the most intriguing in the Big Ten. But even with that said, there’s no debating his decision will have a huge impact on the league next year. It will be interesting to see what ends up happening for the Spartan wing.