Evaluating early season college basketball is notoriously difficult. The skewed competition levels make it tough to decipher real change or improvement from the product overmatched competition. Any sign of improvement is met with the rational question of: how will that work against better teams?
At a certain point, trends start to become so obvious that there’s no other choice than to accept them. Through 80 minutes of basketball in 2016-17, DJ Wilson has emerged as one of those trends.