Texas A&M big man Tyler Davis has reportedly made his NBA draft decision.
Davis will sign with an agent and remain in the draft pool, according to a report from basketball insider Adam Zagoria.
Zagoria cites sources saying Davis is prepared to attempt to make a team as an undrafted free agent, should he go unpicked on draft night.
The move isn’t shocking, even though Davis isn’t expected to be picked. The Aggies will likely start a rebuilding process next season, so staying in College Station may not have helped his draft stock that much.
Even if Davis doesn’t land in the NBA, he shouldn’t have trouble finding a home playing professional ball in Europe. Davis averaged 14.9 points and 8.9 rebounds last season.
A&M will now have to replace three of its top-4 scorers from a season ago. Robert Williams and D.J. Hogg have also committed to staying in the draft.