Josh Hart saw his NCAA hoops career come to an end in this first weekend of the 2017 NCAA Tournament. The talented guard went through one of the most decorated tenures in the history of Villanova Wildcats basketball. He was a member of the 2016 NCAA championship team and won a litany of awards including the Big East player of the year, Big East Sixth Man of the year, two-time first team All-Big East and a two-time Big East Tournament Most Outstanding Player.
But now that Hart’s college basketball career is over, he has his sights set on bigger goals. The NBA should be his next landing spot, and he’s enlisted Roc Nation Sports as his representation.
Hart made the news official on his Twitter page.
— Josh Hart (@JoshHart_3) March 22, 2017
The range for Hart varies depending on who you ask. He’s not listed on some draft boards, others have him as a late first round pick and then there’s consideration for him as a second round pick. It’s safe to say his stock is varied right now. Either way, he will most likely get a shot in the NBA at some level. It’s time to see if the former college hoops star will shine on the next level.