BaylorFor the first time basketball player Jeremy Sochan entering NBA draft

Baylor freshman Jeremy SochanESPN reported that he would enter the 2022 NBA draft, and will forgo his college eligibility in order to hire agents.

Sochan, the Sochan family is privileged enough to declare for the 2022 NBA draft. No. 14 prospectIn the ESPN 100, said ESPN.

He stated that he would sign for Jim Tanner and Deirunas Viscochas of Tandem Sports.

Sochan was the Big 12 Sixth Man and All-Big 12 Honorable Men. He also made the Big 12 All Freshman team. Sochan averaged 9.2 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 1.8 assists per game in last season's Big 12. Baylor posted a 27-7 record, with Sochan as the No. He was the NCAA tournament's No. 1 seed and established himself as one of college football's best defenders.

Sochan said that the season was filled with ups and also downs. “We were unfortunate with injuries, but it provided me the opportunity to learn and showed the NBA my toughness as well as versatility on both ends. I entered this season with the intention to improve myself and help the team win.

Sochan is a unique child of a Polish mother and an American father. They were both born in Oklahoma to a Polish mother and played college basketball at Division 2 Panhandle State. Sochan moved to England when he was just 15 years old, and has lived there his entire life.

He made his debut at the FIBA U16 European Championship Division B 2019 in Poland, winning MVP honors and leading Poland to a first-place finish. Shortly after, he moved to Indiana's La Lumiere School. But, due to the pandemic in Europe, he decided to return home and join Ratiopharm Ulm in Germany his senior year. He decided to go to Baylor instead of Arizona, Kansas State and Arizona.

Sochan was the youngest ever player to represent the Polish senior national team in the FIBA Eurobasket qualifiers, February 2021. He scored 18 points in a win against Romania.

Sochan stated, “I might be the only player who played at an American highschool, in Europe against men, and at college at NCAA level.” This experience has been very beneficial for me on and off the court. My ability to learn quickly, work hard and learn quickly will help me evolve.

Sochan, who is 6-foot-10 and 229 pounds, and has a 7-0 wingspan, played many roles for Baylor. He moved between small forward, power forward, and center positions when injuries forced the Bears into a shuffle and to adjust their play style.

Although he was not considered to be a one-and-done candidate at first, Sochan's energy and competitiveness made him a possible lottery pick in Big 12 play. Sochan was frequently assigned to switch onto Baylor's wings and guards in Baylor's aggressive defensive strategies. However, he showed more polished flashes as an athlete, ball-handler, passer, and shooter that suggest good things ahead.

Sochan said, “I've always known that I'll be playing in the NBA, no matter how long it takes.” “I have my own team that draws from many players and positions. There are some players who I feel I can learn a lot of from. Mikal Bridges, Bam Adebayo, Draymond Green, Jaylen Brown, Aaron Gordon, Boris DiawJust to name a few.

Sochan, who is still 19 years old, is one of the most promising prospects for the draft. His growth has allowed him to play some time as a Diaw-style, modern small-ball center with perimeter ability, which gives him upside that he can use as his career develops.

Sochan stated, “I look forward to showing NBA teams my mature game and how quickly I adapt to new environments.” “Also my shot consistency, and how I can help on the offensive side.”

The NBA draft combine is scheduled for May 16-22 in Chicago, and June 23rd in Brooklyn.

Jonathan Givony, an expert on the NBA Draft, is also the co-founder and owner of DraftExpress.com. This private scouting service and analytics platform is used by NBA, NCAA, and International teams.

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