It’s going to be an odd sight for Ohio State basketball next season when we look on the court and Aaron Craft is not out there directing the traffic and making plays when it matters most to keep the Buckeyes in national title contention. However, his time in Columbus came to an end with the loss in the NCAA Tournament, and now he’ll embark on his NBA journey.
That journey will start this week with the NBA Draft, where Craft is projected to be a second-round selection. He might not be getting the hype as some of the other prospects in the group, but there’s no doubt that someone will be getting the services of one of the hardest workers in the game.
Recently, Craft sat down with the Columbus Dispatch where he talked a little bit about the whole Draft experience, including what a typical work day has been like.
“You work out for an hour, hour and a half, interview with whoever they want you to interview with, they give you lunch, then they take you to the airport.”
He then said how much fun he’s been having with it all.
“I’m enjoying it,” he said. “I’m never going to be able to do this stuff again.”
Again, we don’t know exactly where the former Buckeye star will end up come draft day on Thursday, but wherever it is, we’ll be watching him all the way.