Memphis basketball guard Lester Quinones has declared for the NBA Draft, a source with direct knowledge of his decision confirmed to The Commercial Appeal on Friday.
NC State guard Dereon Seabron announced today that he will be declaring for the NBA draft while also maintaining his college eligibility.
Sean Paul: Wake Forest guard Daivien Williamson will test the NBA Draft waters while maintaining his eligibility for his super senior season, per source. He averaged 11.8 points, and shot 44% from deep in ACC play.
LSU basketball forward Darius Days declared for the NBA Draft on Wednesday, he announced on Instagram.
Xavier Sanchez: Javon Freeman-Liberty (Whitney Young/DePaul) is declaring for the NBA Draft. In 24 games for the 2021-22 Blue Demons, he averaged 21.7 points on 43 percent, 7.3 rebounds, 3.2 assists, and 1.7 steals in 34.9 minutes per game. Also, shot 36.8 percent from three-points range.
Texas guard Courtney Ramey has announced that he will test his worth by going through the 2022 NBA Draft process while maintaining his eligibility to enter the NCAA Transfer Portal.
John Fields: Big Conference USA MBB news here as standout Charlotte guard Jahmir Young is declaring for the NBA Draft while retaining his collegiate eligibility.
TCU basketball standout Mike Miles made his decision to declare for the 2022 NBA Draft on Wednesday. The 6-foot-2 sophomore will forego the remainder of his eligibility and depart as the team’s leading scorer from the 2021-22 season.
Jeff Borzello: Morehead State star Johni Broome declares for the NBA draft, but is not signing with an agent. Averaged 16.8 points, 10.5 rebounds and 3.9 blocks this season, had 32 points in the OVC title game vs. Murray State.
Baylor guard James Akinjo will enter the 2022 NBA draft. Akinjo made the announcement on social media on Wednesday evening. Akinjo stated he plans to hire an agent, but will continue working toward earning a Baylor degree.
After a standout freshman year at Georgetown, one of the best players in southwest Missouri basketball history is declaring for the NBA Draft. Former Greenwood star Aminu Mohammed will declare for the 2022 NBA Draft, according to a report by Stockrisers' Jake Weingarten. Mohammed's guardian re-shared the news on his personal social media account.
Santa Clara men's basketball junior guard Jalen Williams announced on Thursday his intentions to declare for the 2022 NBA Draft while maintaining his collegiate eligibility.
David Roddy is dipping his toes into the NBA draft pool. Colorado State’s star forward on Wednesday declared for the NBA draft via Twitter but added he will retain his eligibility to return to the school next year if he decides to not go pro.
Purdue star Jaden Ivey had a big-time decision looming over his shoulder for the duration of the 2021-22 college basketball season. The sophomore guard announced Thursday that his next step is to play in the NBA. Ivey is widely regarded as one of the top prospects in the upcoming NBA Draft.
Jonathan Wasserman: Jaden Ivey officially announces he'll be entering the draft. From under 40% shooting as a freshman to practically a lock top-five pick as a sophomore. Incredible jump with so much room to improve.
Wesley announced in a six-paragraph statement that he posted on social media and addressed to Irish Nation that he is “entering his name in the 2022 NBA draft.” In doing so, he would become the first Notre Dame player in program history to be a one-and-done — one year of college, then professional basketball. “Playing for the Notre Dame family and the South Bend community has made this year an incredible experience,” Wesley wrote. “It has been a dream and a goal for me to play at the next level. God has a plan for me and I trust him.”
A source close to Wesley offered some clarification, saying that the Irish guard is totally committed to chasing his NBA dream. He will leave open the option of returning to school. For now — stress, now — that is not something that Wesley believes he will do.
After two seasons at Oklahoma and two seasons with the Miners, point guard Jamal Bieniemy is ready to turn the page on his college basketball career and pursue pro basketball. Sources tell 600 ESPN El Paso that Bieniemy, a junior from New Orleans, La., has hired an agent and he has notified the NBA that he will forgo his final year of eligibility to play professionally.
James Mueller: @UHCougarMBK guard Kyler Edwards announced on his Instagram that he is declaring for the 2022 NBA Draft while maintaining his college eligibility
Tyler Bischoff: Donovan Williams announces he is entering his name in the NBA draft (but is still eligible to come back to UNLV). As of now, UNLV’s returning leading scorer is Jordan McCabe at 6.4 points per game.
Lenny Padilla: Lamar Norman Jr. has declared for the 2022 NBA Draft. The guard spent this past season with Western Michigan University where he averaged 19.8 points. Norman, who graduated from Wyoming Godwin Heights High School, spent his first three seasons at Duquesne.
Just a week after LBSU men’s basketball season came to an end, junior guard Joel Murray announced via Twitter he will enter the 2022 NBA draft while maintaining his college eligibility.
In a testament to how far the 6-foot-6 wing has come in his two seasons with the Wichita State men’s basketball team, Ricky Council announced on his social media accounts on Monday night that he plans to test the 2022 NBA Draft waters.
Isabel Gonzalez: UNLV senior guard Bryce Hamilton is entering the 2022 NBA Draft. One of the most talented Mountain West players. He led the Rebels with 21.8 ppg this season.
Caleb McConnell has declared for the NBA Draft. The Rutgers guard made the announcement on Monday evening on Instagram, leaving the possibility of returning for his final season of eligibility open.
Jon Rothstein: Wake Forest's Isaiah Mucius tells me that he will enter the 2022 NBA Draft while maintaining his eligibility. Averaged 9.5 PPG this season.
Wofford Man’s Basketball: All-Southern Conference forward B.J. Mack will take the opportunity to enter the 2022 NBA Draft evaluation process, while maintaining his eligibility to return to Wofford for the 2022-23 season.
Jon Rothstein: Fordham's Chuba Ohams tells me that he will enter the 2022 NBA Draft. Averaged 14.8 PPG and 11.6 RPG last season.
Rhode Island big men Makhi and Makhel Mitchell have entered the transfer portal while also declaring for the 2022 NBA draft. The two will leave the option to return to school open.
Michael Devoe, Georgia Tech's leading scorer in 2021-22, is entering the NBA draft, CBS Sports reported Monday. A four-year starter for the Yellow Jackets, the 6-foot-5 guard averaged 17.9 points, a team-high 3.1 assists and 4.9 rebounds this past season.
Izaiah Brockington’s college career is over after he told ESPN on Monday he’ll declare for the 2022 NBA Draft. This follows a senior season that saw Brockington average 16.9 points and 6.8 rebounds per game while earning Big 12 Newcomer of the Year and first-team All-Big 12 honors as Iowa State returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2018.
Texas Tech guard Kevin McCullar announced Sunday that he was declaring for the NBA Draft. In a post on Twitter, McCullar also said, “I will be maintaining my 2 years of NCAA eligibility and exploring those options if the time comes.”
Jeff Goodman: New Mexico State’s Teddy Allen tells @Stadium he has declared for the NBA Draft. Was eligible to do another year in college, but will definitely go pro.
TCU star Mike Miles has not made a decision on his basketball future. Miles told the Star-Telegram that he’s still mulling whether to return for his junior season at TCU, or pursue a professional career. “I’ve thought about it, obviously,” Miles said as the basketball team had a meet-and-greet with fans before the baseball team’s 14-5 victory over Kansas State on Saturday at Lupton Stadium.
“If I do decide to go that (NBA) path, I want to be all-in with both feet,” Miles said. “I do think my game is ready for the next level. I work hard, and I believe in my talent. If I do make that decision to go that way, I’d be fully confident in my abilities. We’ll see which one I choose.”
Mike Lacett: MSU senior Marcus Bingham told me he is not coming back to the Spartans next year. Says he is starting the process for the NBA draft and is ready for what’s next in his basketball career.
Michigan point guard DeVante’ Jones announced today that he is declaring for the NBA Draft. Jones spent the last year at Michigan as a transfer and technically had the option for one more year of eligibility if he chose.
Gabe Brown is turning pro. The Michigan State basketball senior will not return for his extra season of eligibility and has signed with Parlay Sports agents Steve Haney and Pedro Power, Haney told the Free Press on Saturday morning.
App State basketball’s Adrian Delph has declared for the 2022 NBA Draft March 21. Delph, senior guard, was given first team All-Sun Belt honors after averaging 17.7 points and 5.4 rebounds per game for the Black and Gold. “I have made the decision to enter my name into the 2022 NBA Draft while maintaining my eligibility to return to App State,” Delph said in a Twitter post Monday.
Drew Tineo: According to his Instagram, UTA guard David Azore has announced his intention to declare for the 2022 NBA Draft. He averaged 19.8 points per game and 4.5 rebounds, while also earning first team All-Sun Belt honors in 2021
LSU forward Tari Eason has declared for the 2022 NBA Draft, the forward announced via Twitter on Friday, March 25. Eason a transfer from Cincinnati had his best season his first year in Baton Rouge.
Ohio State junior E.J. Liddell has declared for the NBA Draft and will forego his senior season. The Belleville, Ill., native was a two-time first team All-Big Ten honoree and a consensus All-American this season.
Hunter Dickinson is a sophomore who entered the NBA draft after his freshman season before deciding to stay at Michigan. He said at the time it would be his last college season, but that was clearly not set in stone. Asked after Thursday’s Sweet 16 loss if he’d thought about his future, Dickinson said he hadn’t. “Right now, the only thing I can think of is how I let my team down and how I failed them,” the 7-foot-1 center said, standing with a small group of reporters before he exited AT&T Center. “I just didn’t step up when they needed me.”
Iverson Molinar is testing the professional waters but leaving his options open for a return to Starkville. Molinar announced Friday afternoon he had declared for the 2022 NBA draft but will not sign with an agent, maintaining his collegiate eligibility. The junior from Panama City, Panama, could return to Mississippi State next season.
South Dakota State guard Baylor Scheierman announced Thursday via his Twitter account that he’s declaring himself eligible for the 2022 NBA Draft, while maintaining his college eligibility.
Murray State forward KJ Williams is declaring for the NBA Draft. The 6-10 junior from Cleveland, Mississippi made his announcement with the heading “Thank You Racer Nation” on Facebook.
Memphis freshman forward Josh Minott will test the NBA Draft, ESPN's Jonathan Givony reported Thursday. Minott will not sign with an agent, which gives him some wiggle room should he decide to play another season of college basketball. Minott told Givony he does not plan to return to Memphis.
Murray State star Tevin Brown, a Fairhope native, declared for the NBA Draft on Thursday. Brown thanked Murray State fans on social media and said he plans to hire an agent in preparation for the next phase of his career.
Tyrese Martin will forego his extra year of eligibility with the UConn men’s basketball team and enter the 2022 NBA Draft. Martin, who just completed his senior season at UConn, made the announcement Tuesday evening on Instagram.
Kansas State guard Nijel Pack has entered his name into the NBA Draft waters right on the heels of the Wildcats hiring Jerome Tang as head coach to replace Bruce Weber.
Lila Bromberg: In addition to entering the transfer portal, Trevon Brazile is considering exploring the NBA Draft, multiple sources told me. Returning to #Mizzou remains an option. More info on that and Javon Pickett entering the portal here: https://www.kansascity.com/sports/college/sec/university-of-missouri/article259669715.html
One of Wyoming men’s basketball’s stars from this past season’s run to the NCAA Tournament is keeping his options open to return to Laramie next season. Fifth-year senior guard Hunter Maldonado announced on social media Tuesday morning that he would be testing the waters on the NBA Draft process while keeping his eligibility open for a sixth year with the Cowboys.
Louisiana Tech sophomore Kenneth Lofton Jr. announced Tuesday that he will be entering his name into the 2022 NBA Draft, a day after coach Eric Konkol departed for Tulsa. Lofton said he will maintain his college eligibility allowing him to return for the 2022-23 season.
Brad Winton: Nebraska guard Bryce McGowens, who recently declared for the NBA Draft, has signed with @RocNationSports for representation
Jabari Smith said he hadn't yet made up his mind if he'll enter the draft after a freshman season that saw him blossom into one of the country's most ferocious scorers. But his comments in the aftermath of No. 2-seeded Auburn's 79-61 loss to Miami in the second round of the NCAA tournament certainly sounded like an ending. "I feel like if I had to make a decision a thousand more times, I wouldn't choose nowhere else but Auburn," Smith said. "It was fun."
Bryce McGowens, the Huskers' standout freshman, is declaring for the 2022 NBA draft and will sign with an agent, the Nebraska basketball program announced Monday. McGowens, who averaged a team-high 16.8 points and 5.2 rebounds per game, earned All-Big Ten third-team honors and the Big Ten newcomer of the year award from The Associated Press.
Saint Joseph's sophomore Jordan Hall has signed with an agent and will declare for the 2022 NBA Draft.
Travis Branham: Fardaws Aimaq plans on entering the 2022 NBA Draft and will explore college options based on NBA feedback, he tells @247Sports. Has already heard from Kentucky, Gonzaga, West Virginia, Arkansas, Texas, Texas Tech, Texas A&M and others.
After a season leading the nation in scoring and his Yeshiva University team into the record books, Ryan Turell declared for the NBA Draft Tuesday, formalizing his intent to become the first Orthodox Jewish player in the history of the league and one of the few Division III stars to make the leap.
Turell announced he was turning pro in an interview with ESPN draft czar Jonathan Givony. “Being the first Orthodox Jew in the NBA would mean the world to me, and a dream come true, God willing,” Turell said. “But, just as importantly, it would mean the world to others that never saw this as a possibility.”
Roko Prkacin has withdrawn his name from the 2021 NBA draft. Prkacin was the No. 36 rated prospect in the class by ESPN, which described the withdrawal as a "somewhat surprising move." Prkacin could move into the first round in 2022 with a strong 21-22 season.
As Jonathan Givony of ESPN tweeted and multiple sources confirm, Rokas Jokubaitis will not withdraw his name from the NBA draft. As Givony explained: “Jokubaitis is available to come to the NBA immediately, paying a buyout to Zalgiris, but if a team elects to stash him, he will play for his old coach Sarunas Jasikevicius in Barcelona next season”.
Chinese basketball rising star Guo Haowen announced on Thursday his withdrawal from the 2021 NBA Draft and return to play for CBA club the Shanghai Sharks.
Jon Rothstein: USC's Isaiah Mobley is withdrawing from the 2021 NBA Draft process and will return to college, per his IG page. Significant Pac-12 news.
Taylor Eldridge: I'm told by sources that Tyson Etienne is withdrawing from the NBA Draft process and returning to Wichita State for the 2021-22 season. Etienne was the Co-Player of the Year in the American last season. His return makes WSU a contender.
Jeff Goodman: Georgia Tech’s Jose Alvarado told @Stadium he will turn pro and not take advantage of another season in college.
Jon Rothstein: Texas Tech's Terrence Shannon Jr. is withdrawing from the 2021 NBA Draft and returning to college, per his Twitter page. Significant Big 12 news.
Jeff Goodman: SMU’s Kendric Davis will withdraw from the draft and return to school, he told @Stadium
Senior guard Geo Baker, the face of the Rutgers basketball program who led the Scarlet Knights to their first NCAA Tournament in 30 years, will return to Piscataway for one final season, he announced in a video posted on Twitter on Wednesday.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Ohio University junior guard Jason Preston will remain in the 2021 NBA Draft and sign with agent Drew Gross of Roc Nation Sports, Preston told ESPN on Wednesday.
Jonathan Wasserman: Marcus Bagley announces he's returning to college, a sensible move based on his stock. Scouts didn't understand why he skipped scrimmages at the combine. The idea of a 6-8 shooter with D-tools is appealing, but he has more to prove after 38% FG, 34% 3PT in only 12 games.
The Fresno State Bulldogs will now have both of their previous potential NBA Draft-bound standouts back for another season in 2021-22. Days after junior forward Orlando Robinson announced he would withdraw from the NBA Draft pool, junior guard Deon Stroud also reached the same decision.
Utah Valley University men's basketball got some good news Wednesday: Fardaws Aimaq, the nation's leading rebounder, is coming back. After testing the NBA draft, the 6-foot-11, 220-pound center from Vancouver, British Columbia, will return to the Wolverines, where he will be classified as a redshirt sophomore.
Oregon State appears to have set its 2021-22 men’s basketball roster as forwards Warith Alatishe and Maurice Calloo and center Roman Silva pulled their names from the 2021 NBA Draft pool.
Jon Rothstein: Dawson Garcia tells me that he is withdrawing from the 2021 NBA Draft and will return to college next season. Garcia also tells me that he is making a decision soon on his plans for next season. Final List: North Carolina Arizona Illinois Marquette
International prospect Vrenz Bleijenbergh, who last played for the Port of the Antwerp Giants in Belgium, will be reportedly keeping his name in the NBA draft, according to Jonathan Givony of ESPN.
October 2, 2022 | 6:38 pm EDT Update
Adrian Wojnarowski: Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro – the NBA’s reigning Sixth Man of the Year – has agreed on a four-year, $130 million contract extension, his agents Jeff Schwartz and Mike Lindeman of @Excelbasketball tell ESPN. pic.twitter.com/n1Z1IW73PX
Mark Berman: More from agent Mark Bartelstein who confirms @Adrian Wojnarowski report that the Rockets agreed to a 4-year/$10.9 million deal with center Bruno Fernando.Bartelstein tells FOX 26 the 1st year is guaranteed for $2.9 million, adding there are options for the Rockets:”It’s the ultimate win..” pic.twitter.com/yRULznrP5F
Keith Smith: Fun cap process for Bruno Fernando and Houston. Was on a camp deal. That can’t be reworked without waiving. So, Rockets convert to a Two-Way, then sign the new deal from the Two-Way. This keeps Fernando from being exposed to waivers, where he could have been claimed. Good work.
Andrew Lopez: Re: Pels injuries Willie Green said Brandon Ingram had some soreness in a toe. Not sure if he’ll miss preseason games or not. CJ McCollum had ankle soreness but practiced fully today. Said it’s day to day with both.
October 2, 2022 | 5:47 pm EDT Update
Adrian Wojnarowski: Houston Rockets center Bruno Fernando has agreed on a four-year, $10.9 million deal, his agents Andy Shiffman and Mark Bartelstein of @Priority Sports tell ESPN. Fernando will have his two-way contract coverted to this new long-term deal.