Oregon State junior forward Drew Eubanks has declared for the 2018 NBA Draft and will be hiring an agent, thus ending his career in Corvallis.
Oregon State's Drew Eubanks has announced he's declaring for the NBA draft and hiring an agent, ending his college career.
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“After careful consideration I have decided to forgo my senior year at Oregon State University, enter in the NBA Draft and hire an agent,” Eubanks said, per an Oregon State University press release. “I would like to thank Oregon State University for believing in me and giving me the opportunity to grow and develop, both on and off the court. My time at Oregon State has taught me many valuable life lessons. My coaches have instilled in me the belief that anything is possible, and my teammates became the brothers I never had. Go Beavs!”
“We wish Drew the best of luck as he follows his dream to play in the NBA,” said Oregon State head coach Wayne Tinkle, per the release. “He was part of our first recruiting class at Oregon State and helped the Beavers return to the NCAA Tournament. He has grown as a person and a player during his three years at Oregon State University and we will always be grateful for his contributions to the program.”
Eubanks averaged 13.2 points and 6.8 rebounds for the Beavers this season and started all 32 games. The 6-foot-10 junior ranks No. 27 in points, No. 11 in rebounds, No. 4 in field goal percentage and no. 3 in blocked shots in school history. He played in all 96 games over his career, starting 94 of them.