2017 Early Entry

SMU’s Semi Ojeleye to sign with an agent

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SMU’s Semi Ojeleye officially announced on Sunday that he will be signing with an agent and remaining in the NBA Draft. pic.twitter.com/gJJnz823VA — Semi Ojeleye (@SemiOjeleye) May 14, 2017 Ojeleye was one of the biggest difference-makers that had yet to make a decision. He had an all-american caliber season as a junior with the Mustangs, [more]

Report: Indiana’s James Blackmon Jr. to sign with an agent

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Archie Miller is losing a third underclassmen to the professional ranks. James Blackmon Jr., who averaged 17.3 points for the Hoosiers as a junior, will not be returning to school. He is signing with an agent and will remain in the NBA Draft. Blackmon is not projected as a first round pick and there is [more]

Utah’s Kyle Kuzma to sign with an agent, forgo final season of eligibility

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Utah forward Kyle Kuzma announced on Wednesday night that he has hired an agent and will keep his name in the NBA Draft. A 6-foot-9 forward from Flint, Michigan, Kuzma averaged 16.4 points and 9.3 boards as a junior this past season, but saw his three-point shooting numbers slip as he was asked to play [more]

Theo Pinson returning to North Carolina for senior season

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North Carolina and Theo Pinson announced on Wednesday that the 6-foot-6 wing will be returning to school for his senior season. “I’m glad I took the time to explore the NBA Draft process but I am going to play my senior year as a Tar Heel,” said Pinson in a statement. “It was a dream of [more]

Report: Indiana’s Thomas Bryant signs with an agent

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Indiana sophomore forward Thomas Bryant will remain in the NBA Draft and sign with an agent, according to multiple reports. Bryant was thought to be a potential lottery pick last season before he decided to return to school for his sophomore year, where he averaged 12.6 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.5 blocks for an Indiana [more]

Report: Baylor’s Johnathan Motley to remain in NBA Draft

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Over the weekend, Baylor’s all-american center Johnathan Motley received word that he had been invited to the NBA Draft combine in Chicago later this month. That must have been the icing on the cake, because the 6-foot-11 Motley is expected to sign with an agent and forego his final season of eligibility, according to a [more]