Also hurting the Mountaineer duo was the developmental nature of the second round, in which many foreign players are picked and stashed overseas for seasoning. In all, nine of the last 18 players selected hail from foreign countries, and many of those will likely play in Europe for at least another year or two to develop their games.
Pittsnogle and Gansey will now look to make the best of the disappointing development by working to sign free agent contracts. Summer league play could also be in both players' future.
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