4. James Young
James Young arrived in 2014 as a heralded 17th pick out of Kentucky. He only played one season as a Wildcat, averaging 14.3 points per game.
Needless to say, his star never found lighting during his time in Boston and he soon found himself with a new team after his contract was declined.
Young was in the green and white for three seasons, in which he played a total of 89 games. During this span he averaged 2.3 points per game while shooting 36.7%. His best season likely his rookie season, in which he played 31 games while averaging 3.4 points per game. In 2016-17, in which he had a couple of decent performances, he shot 43.1% from the field but was never able to crack the rotation in Boston.
Marcus Smart was also selected by Boston in that draft so the first round wasn’t completely a bust. Other players selected after Young in the first round? Names like Rodney Hood, Clint Capela and Bogdan Bogdanovic.