As far as using Jefferson’s experience as a cautionary tale, it is. However, it’s just another to add to a growing list of players who left school early, but were drafted much lower than expected.
“In the end, we’ve had those teaching moments,” he said. “I’m very schooled on how it all works and what they make and who gets released in the first two-three years and who doesn’t. That’s been presented to our players at least twice a year. So I don’t need that teaching moment. I wish I didn’t have it.”