The 6-foot-5 DiVincenzo played well in the 5-on-5 on Thursday, his first appearance since pouring in 31 points in the NCAA championship game against Michigan on April 2. “He wanted to play, he wanted the challenge,” Wright said. “He’s a gym rat. He has confidence in himself. And obviously he wants to try to get himself into the first round. I think if he were guaranteed by someone that he’d be in the first round, I think he’d stay and keep his name in the draft. “But if not, I think he’d want to come back and try to prove that he can be a first-round pick.” Said Spellman of DiVincenzo: “I think he has a chip on his shoulder, man. And I think he’s better than a lot of guys give him credit and I think he wants to prove that.” The 6-9 Spellman played both days at the Combine and the jury is out on whether he’ll remain in the draft or withdraw by the May 30 deadline to pull out. He went for 15 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists in Friday’s game after putting up 12 rebounds and 9 points s on Thursday.
Villanova could have as many as 4 guys drafted. pic.twitter.com/gBi0cCMGOW— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) May 18, 2018