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The Cleveland Cavaliers selected Ochai Agbaji, a guard out of Kansas University.
Agbaji stayed at Kansas for four total years and it ended up paying off. He was a four-star prospect out of High School, who chose to be a Jayhawk. Agbaji stepped into the starting lineup for Kansas as a true freshman, averaging 8.5 points per game. In his sophmore season, he upped his points per game average to 10. Once again, Agbaji showed an improvement going into his Junior year, averaging 14.1 ppg. In his final year, the sharpshooting guard averaged an impressive 18.8 points per game, going to to lead Kansas to a National Championship.