J.P. Tokoto (13) gave up his remaining college eligibility to turn pro without much prospect of being chosen in the first round of the June 25 NBA draft.
J.P. Tokoto (13) gave up his remaining college eligibility to turn pro without much prospect of being chosen in the first round of the June 25 NBA draft. Robert Willett MCT
J.P. Tokoto (13) gave up his remaining college eligibility to turn pro without much prospect of being chosen in the first round of the June 25 NBA draft. Robert Willett MCT

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