When Cameron Lard announced in March that he was leaving the Iowa State men’s basketball program, there was still one giant question left to be answered: What’s next for the big man? Lard announced Monday that he is hiring an agent and intends to enter the NBA draft. Lard made the announcement via social media, writing that he came to the decision after consulting with his mom, Iowa State coach Steve Prohm and his staff.
Brandon Shrider: BGSU guard Justin Turner has declared for the NBA draft; will maintain his college eligibility. Statement from Michael Huger: “We fully support Justin Turner’s decision to declare for the 2019 NBA Draft. This process will allow Justin to learn more about future opportunities.”
Gary Parrish: Virginia will now be losing three starters from its national championship team. Kyle Guy is entering (and will remain in) the NBA Draft.
Jim Meehan: Gonzaga freshman forward Filip Petrusev submitted his name for the NBA Draft, GU spokesperson confirmed. Sounds like Petrusev wants to go through the process, but is planning on returning for sophomore season.
Nico Carvacho is going to dip his toes into the the NBA draft process, but it doesn’t mean he won’t be a Ram next season. The Colorado State University men’s basketball center tweeted Monday that he has decided to enter his name into the 2019 NBA draft.
Zach Klein: Georgia Tech’s James Banks is entering the NBA draft. Banks led that ACC is blocked shots and averaged 10.5 PPG & 7.7 REB Going through the evaluation process and has until June 10 to withdraw his name