Wake Forest basketball could have a much different look next season.
The program announced Friday that junior guard Bryant Crawford and junior center Doral Moore will enter the NBA draft without hiring an agent to preserve their amateur status.
Juniors Bryant Crawford & Doral Moore will enter the NBA draft process without an agent. They have until the May 30 deadline to decide whether to stay in the draft or return to Wake Forest for their senior season.
— Wake Basketball (@WakeMBB) March 30, 2018
Crawford and Moore will be able to work out for NBA teams beginning April 24 and attend the NBA combine, if invited, and receive feedback on their potential draft status. They must remove their name from the draft by May 30 in order to maintain their college eligibility.
Crawford averaged a team-leading 16.9 points, 4.9 assists and 1.5 steals per game this season. Moore led the Demon Deacons in rebounding with 9.4 boards per game and also tallied 11.1 points per game. He also shot 68.9 percent from the floor and averaged 1.97 blocks per game.
This announcement marks the third and fourth players to express interest in furthering their career away from Wake Forest.
Sophomore forward Donovan Mitchell announced his decision to transfer on March 14. A week later, redshirt junior guard Keyshawn Woods decided he would pursue opportunities elsewhere, either professionally or as a grad transfer.