NBA draft prospect Mason Jones believes he can be the league’s most valuable player

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Arkansas Razorbacks shooting guard Mason Jones (age 21) was one of the most productive players in all of the college basketball’s latest season (he averaged 22.0 points and 5.5 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game).

A 6-foot-5 prospect talked to HoopsHype about his life and how he has been preparing for the draft. One of the questions was about his career goals:

I want to be an All-Star. I have a lot to prove and I feel like the way I work hard and the way I carry myself and the way I care about the game, I definitely feel like I can achieve being an All-Star or being an MVP in the league. Those are things that I dream about. I want to put them in real-life situations. I have a chance to be that, I have a chance to be an MVP. I have a chance to put the work in and know that nothing is going to be handed to me, it’s going to be all hard work. I know exactly what to do when my back is against the wall or people have doubts: work hard and keep proving wrong. That’s definitely what I’m going to continue to do.

Mason Jones

For the full interview, click here.

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