Oklahoma State's Jawun Evans Declares For NBA Draft

The Oklahoma basketball team will be without guard Jawun Evans moving forward.
On Tuesday, Evans announced he will forgo his final eligibility to declare for the 2017 NBA Draft. Evans will be hiring an agent, so that will officially end his time as a college athlete.
If Evans would not have hired an agent, he could have returned to school were he to change his mind.
“I am going to enter the 2017 NBA Draft,” Evans said, via Jeff Goodman of ESPN. “I want to thank everyone at OSU. This was a tough decision. OSU will forever be in my heart.”
Last season as a sophomore, Evans averaged 19.2 points and 6.4 assists per game.
He is currently viewed as a second-round pick.
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