“I’m more than just a shooter,” DiVincenzo told Yahoo Sports. “I want to show teams that I can do more. Playing point guard is one big thing that teams want to see — if I can control the tempo, get into the offense, get shots and pocket passes.
“I wasn’t going to change my game in three or four weeks, but I had to tighten my game up, tighten my shot up and tighten my handle up and tighten defense up. I had to get into the little details to get ready to go.”
Villanova could have as many as 4 guys drafted. pic.twitter.com/gBi0cCMGOW— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) May 18, 2018
Villanova now looks like it will lose at least three players from its NCAA championship team. Red-shirt junior wing Mikal Bridges is the projected No. 10 pick, and junior point guard Jalen Brunson is projected at
Redshirt freshman forward Omari Spellman is also testing the draft waters, and head coach Jay Wright said he hoped all of his players went in the first round, but would advise them to return to campus if they’re weren’t projected that way.
“Both of them are really confident guys and they love a challenge,” Wright told ESPN. “My personal advice is, you’re young, you got a chance to come back and make yourself a first-round pick. It’s more how those guys want to enter their pro careers. Do they want to do it as first-round choices or do they want to fight their way as second-round picks?”