Towson men's basketball sophomore guard Zane Martin has…

Towson men’s basketball sophomore guard Zane Martin has declared for the NBA draft but has not hired an agent, leaving open the possibility that the Tigers’ top player could return next season. Martin, a second-team All-Colonial Athletic Association selection whose scoring average (19.8 points per game) more than tripled his output as a freshman (5.5), revealed his draft intentions in a tweet last week, but the school did not announce his decision officially until Wednesday.
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