Duke sophomore Luke Kennard will enter the upcoming NBA Draft and will sign with an agent, the school announced.
The 6-foot-6 Kennard is currently projected at No. 25 by DraftExpress.com.
He is the third Duke player this offseason to declare for the Draft, following freshmen Jayson Tatum and Harry Giles. Duke also loses big man Amile Jefferson and guard Matt Jones to graduation, and forwards Sean Obi and Chase Jeter to graduation.
Kennard, a consensus second-team All-American, led Duke in scoring with an average of 19.5 points per game while shooting .489 from the floor, .438 from outside the arc and .856 from the free throw line. His 722 total points on the year represented the 16th-best single-season total in program history, while his .438 three-point percentage ranked 10th on Duke’s single-season chart.