Jerome Robinson’s time in Chestnut Hill might be over, but his unprecedented climb to the NBA lottery will transform head coach Jim Christian’s recruiting pitch—Thursday’s draft officially put BC back on the map.
Robinson, who back in February was ignored on virtually every prospect ranking and mock draft, is not only BC’s first top-15 pick in 36 years, but he’s also the school’s first-ever lottery selection.
Jerome Robinson, who is currently projected as a fringe first-round pick, has reportedly signed with CAA, meaning that he will stay in the upcoming NBA Draft.
Jerome Robinson is the ACC’s second-leading scorer, and Ky Bowman is the only player in the nation, averaging at least 16.9 points, 7.2 boards, and 5.0 assists per game—yet neither have received the recognition they deserve.
A third of the way through ACC play, BC is off to its best start since the 2010-11 season. So how similar are the Eagles to that 21-win Steve Donahue team?