Florida sophomore big man Devin Robinson is going to test NBA waters.
Robinson announced he will enter the 2016 NBA Draft, but will not hire an agent, as reported by the Orlando Sentinel’s Edgar Thompson. He will take advantage of a new rule that allows underclassmen to gauge their draft stock without officially declaring for the draft. As long as he doesn’t hire an agent, Robinson can keep his eligibility at Florida should he opt out.
Robinson averaged nine points and 5.6 rebounds in 23.1 minutes per game last season. He improved his shooting percentage from 40.2 percent as a freshman to 45.8 percent in his sophomore campaign.
Robinson will have up to 10 days after the NBA Combine (May 11-15) to remove his name from the 2016 draft.