Daniel Oturu Rumors

Minnesota sophomore Daniel Oturu is declaring for the NBA Draft with the intentions of staying in it, he tells 247Sports. “I decided to enter this year’s 2020 NBA Draft basically because I felt like this is the right time for me especially with how my season went,” Oturu explained. “Basically I felt like this is the best option to go for it.” “I’m putting all my eggs in the basket for sure,” the 6-foot-10, 240-pound post prospect added.
Gophers sophomore center Daniel Oturu has started the process of seeking information about where he could be taken in this year’s NBA draft. Minnesota coach Richard Pitino said Wednesday on KFAN 100.3 radio that the Gophers sent in paperwork for Oturu to the NBA’s Undergraduate Advisory Committee, which provides feedback to prospects about their draft stock.
Storyline: Daniel Oturu Going Pro?
Gophers sophomore center Daniel Oturu addressed the question of whether he’ll be back next season Friday by saying he is just focusing on finishing this year. Oturu, who is the only Division I college player averaging 20 points and 11 rebounds per game, has been projected to get picked in this summer’s NBA Draft. “Whatever the future holds is what the future holds,” Oturu said Friday. “But I’m a person that’s focused on now.”
Storyline: Daniel Oturu Going Pro?