Cal's Best Advice To Players W/ Decisions to Make

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Updated: 4/21 8:26 pm
Julius Randle is set to meet with the media in Lexington tomorrow at 1:30.  Presumably to tell folks whether he stays or goes pro.

According to ESPN's Andy Katz, Cal is meeting with Alex Poythress and Dakari Johnson today and the Harrison twins tomorrow.  Meetings to help each young man figure out this whole "what-to-do-with-my-future" situation.

A process Cal says you have to get each guy to buy into and believe in.  A tough process to go through and one in which Cal advises what's in the video to every guy when it comes time to go pro.  Whether early or after four years.

And the key is to remember that no matter what you decide, you can't worry about being viewed as a failure if you were "supposed" to be one and done.

More from Cal in the video.

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