Former Arizona State monitor Remy Martin, the No. 1-positioned move in the nation, focused on Kansas on Monday night.
Martin affirmed the choice to ESPN through text message.
Martin entered the exchange entry a week ago and promptly arose as seemingly the most pursued exchange in the country. Martin opened in at No. 1 in ESPN’s refreshed exchange rankings, a status fortified once Minnesota move Marcus Carr – the past No. 1 – declared he was zeroing in on the NBA draft measure and was probably not going to get back to college.
Perhaps the most beneficial watchmen in school b-ball in the course of the last two seasons, Martin will move on from Arizona State prior to spending his last season in Lawrence. He could in any case choose to turn expert, as he reported recently he anticipated “seeking after my NBA dreams.”
A 6-foot watch from California, Martin arrived at the midpoint of 19.1 focuses and 3.7 helps last season in the wake of setting up 19.1 focuses, and 4.1 aids the 2019-20 season. He acquired first-group All-Pac-12 distinctions in each mission. Martin entered last season as a preseason All-American and the top choice for preseason Pac-12 player of the year respects, yet Arizona State persevered through a frustrating season, completing 11-14 after assumptions for a Pac-12 title entering the season.
Martin should begin at point watch for Kansas from the very first moment. The Jayhawks lost Marcus Garrett, while Ochai Agbaji and Jalen Wilson are going through the NBA draft measure. Expecting Agbaji and Wilson to return, alongside individual starters David McCormack and Christian Braun, the lone thing lacking on Bill Self’s list was an accomplished, undeniable level point monitor. Martin makes up for that shortcoming.