It’s always exciting to see where local prospects get drafted and for Villanova’s Eric Paschall, there weren’t many better places to land. The Golden State Warriors selected him with the 41st pick in the second round during last night’s event.
It’s official!— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 21, 2019
The Dubs select Eric Paschall from Villanova with the 41st pick. pic.twitter.com/gMW3xIYJn5
Congrats E !! The @warriors are getting a phenomenal player , teammate and young man – we can’t wait to follow your journey @Epaschall4 !!! #HumbleAndHungry #OnceAWildcatAlwaysAWildcat pic.twitter.com/bMwKYc67dX— Jay Wright (@VUCoachJWright) June 21, 2019
Villanova head coach Jay Wright on #Warriors second round pick Eric Paschall, "When we recruited him, he said 'I want to be part of a team. I want to be part of the family.' … He never said, 'I want to be the leading scorer. I want to get a certain number of shots.'"— John Dickinson (@JDJohnDickinson) June 21, 2019
During his 3 years at Villanova, Eric Paschall would play 110 games, 11.4 PPG, 5.1 TRB. Paschall would win two championships in 2016 & 2018.
All apart of the process!!!!! Dub nation what’s good!!— Eric Paschall (@Epaschall4) June 21, 2019
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