Iowa wing Joe Wieskamp will test the 2021 NBA Draft waters, Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery said on Wednesday during his press conference.
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Joe Wieskamp revealed that he will bypass the draft process for this year and return for his junior season. He should be one of the top performers in the Big Ten for the 2020-21 campaign.
You went through the NBA draft process last year. Is that something you’re thinking about doing again? Joe Wieskamp “There’s definitely a lot of unknowns right now with everything going on. I’m still kind of waiting to see how things play out, whether there will be workouts or not or whether there will be a combine. It’s looking doubtful about those things with everything going on. But it’s definitely something I’m interested in and obviously that’s my goal, to play in the NBA one day. I’m just kind of waiting to see what happens.”
University of Iowa men’s basketball player Joe Wieskamp has withdrawn his name from the 2019 NBA draft, according to the university’s athletics department. He will return for his sophomore season, an announcement said.
Jeff Goodman: Iowa freshman guard Joe Wieskamp will test the NBA Draft process, source told @Stadium. Almost certain to return to school next season.
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