Georgetown sophomore Mac McClung declared to ESPN Jonathan Givony that he’s pronouncing for the 2020 NBA Draft.
McClung first came to national noticeable quality when his secondary school features exploded on YouTube.
In his second season at Georgetown, McClung found the middle value of 15.7 focuses and 1.4 takes per game. A foot injury in late-January kept McClung out of the lineup for about a month. He returned for one game in late-February, yet played only eight minutes off the Hoyas’ seat.
The six-foot-two gatekeeper is known for his profound shooting reach and his feature dunks. McClung’s shot is conflicting in any case, as he shot under 40% in every one of his initial two seasons at Georgetown. McClung’s barrier likewise needs work.
McClung undertakings to be a point monitor in the NBA, because of his size. To make it as a lead watch, he’ll have to take a shot at his ballhandling and playmaking. With those question marks, McClung is viewed as a stretch to be drafted in the second round.
McClung expressed he’s marking with a NBA/NCAA affirmed operator. That will permit him to keep his school qualification as he experiences the pre-draft process.