After redshirting his first year, the six-foot-seven wing improved year-over-year the next three seasons, graduated and now leaves Villanova as a two-time National Champion.
Hamidou Diallo's time at Kentucky was strange but uneventful as he never got the chance to run the offense and wasn't much of a priority in the halfcourt.
Evaluating potential NBA players is a challenging, imperfect process, so a good place to start is with a coherent and consistent approach.
|Date||Away Team||Home Team|
|Apr. 2 at 9:20 PM||Michigan (L)||Villanova (W)|
|Mar. 31 at 8:49 PM||Kansas (L)||Villanova (W)|
|Mar. 31 at 6:09 PM||Loyola (IL) (L)||Michigan (W)|
|Mar. 25 at 5:05 PM||Duke (L)||Kansas (W)|
|Mar. 25 at 2:20 PM||Texas Tech (L)||Villanova (W)|
|Mar. 24 at 8:49 PM||Florida State (L)||Michigan (W)|
|Mar. 23 at 9:57 PM||Texas Tech (W)||Purdue (L)|
|Mar. 23 at 9:37 PM||Syracuse (L)||Duke (W)|
|Mar. 23 at 7:27 PM||West Virginia (L)||Villanova (W)|
|Mar. 23 at 7:07 PM||Clemson (L)||Kansas (W)|