Coming into Kansas as a highly touted recruit, Josh Selby, for whatever reason, didn’t perform as expected. After a lone, underwhelming year in Jayhawk country, many questioned his decision to enter June’s Draft. Well, if this summer is any indication, Selby may be ready to prove a lot of people wrong. Some player’s skills translate better to the NBA compared to collegiate ball, and this seems to be the case with Selby. He has shown some impressive athleticism and the ability to score in bunches, albeit against lackluster defense. This mix probably has a lot of GMs shaking their heads wondering why they passed on this kid.