Indiana basketball standout OG Anunoby had his sophomore campaign cut short by a knee injury, and it ultimately signaled the end of his collegiate career.
On Monday, it was reported by Jeff Goodman of ESPN that the forward is set to declare for the 2017 NBA Draft.
According to Goodman, Anunoby will be signing with an agent, so his career with the Hoosiers program will officially be over.
Anunoby suffered a knee injury against Penn State on Jan. 18 before his season-ending surgery.
During his second season at Indiana, Anunoby recorded 11.1 points, 5.4 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.3 blocks per game.
While Anunoby could potentially benefit from another year at the college level, the Hoosiers will be entering the 2017-18 season with new head coach Archie Miller, who spent the past few years leading Dayton to success. It looks like learning a new coach’s system wasn’t on the to-do list for Anunoby unless it came at the next level.