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NBA formally proposes changing draft eligibility from 19 to 18 years of age
Fortunately, Anthony Edwards doesn't turn 18 until August of 2019. Too late to get in to this year's class, but it does mean he could be one and done. Seems to be some confusion on the current rule - is it one year removed from High School, or age 19 as ESPN is reporting? If the rules doesn't pass, the way this reads is that Edwards would not be eligible until after two seasons at UGA.