Originally Posted by jdubbs
Anyway, it's his life. I get it. But its not now or never. Let him grow physically, learn the game more, play top collegiate players. Just seems shortsighted.
physically he's there.. the other stufff about learning the game... he's better off learning while on tour.. tour players hit and think different from college players.. staying at UCLA ,even competing with the best will only make him the best college player,which doesn't often lead to a exceptional pro career .. you have to be out there doing pro stuff to know what pros do.. it's a grind,it's an attitude,it's not pretty but then one day hopefully everything sort of clicks..