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Andrew White III will declare for the draft but not hire an agent.

By SI Wire
April 21, 2016

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Nebraska junior Andrew White III has declared for the NBA draft but will not hire an agent, the university announced.

“I will graduate from the University of Nebraska next month, with one year of NCAA eligibility remaining,” White said. “I continue to be grateful to Nebraska and its basketball program. Participation in the NBA’s draft activities will afford me the opportunity to demonstrate my skills in the most elite setting. I look forward to the challenge.”

White finished last season averaging 16.6 points and 5.9 rebounds per game. He ranked sixth in scoring, 15th in rebounding and fourth in three-point percentage in the Big Ten.

Breaking down the class of 2017

By declaring for the draft, White will be able to attend workouts scheduled by NBA teams on April 26 as well as the NBA Draft Combine next month in Chicago. He has until May 25 to decide whether he will remain in the draft class or pull out and return to school next year.

- Chris Chavez

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