Keegan Murray’s NBA career is off to a flying start with the completion of the Summer League. Now, it’s time to see if he can do even bigger things as a rookie when the regular season rolls around.

With the No. 4 pick in this year’s draft, the Sacramento Kings landed the 6-foot-8 Murray out of Iowa. Murray made a huge jump from his freshman to sophomore seasons with the Hawkeyes, turning into a consensus All-American and All-B1G contributor.

Now, he’ll be expected to play a key role on a developing Sacramento Kings roster. ESPN analyst Marc J. Spears also believes Murray is in store for a Rookie of the Year season on a playoff-caliber squad.

“Keegan Murray, because he’s going to be on a playoff team,” said Spears when asked to name his pick for Rookie of the Year.

Murray has already captured the Sumer League’s MVP award while averaging north of 20 points per game and shooting 50% from the field. We will see if he is able to put up similarly strong numbers when the regular season rolls around.