Devin Booker continues to workout and train for the upcoming NBA draft in hopes of being a top-10 selection.
The guys at Draft Express caught up with Booker to get the latest on how he's preparing for the NBA, as well as recap his time in Lexington during a memorable year with the Wildcats.
"I learned a lot in my year at Kentucky," Booker said. "Like I said, coming from high school, where I used to shoot every ball, shoot bad shots, knowing that I shoot bad shots, to just fitting in on a really talented team. Kentucky is the closest thing to an NBA team that's possible. I feel like it's going to help me out at the next level."
Also, former UK assistant Barry Slice Rohrssen called into Kentucky Sports Radio Monday morning and said more scouts and NBA personnel have called him in the past seven to days to talk about Booker than any other UK prospect.