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Alabama freshman guard Collin Sexton has announced that he forgo his remaining years of eligibility to enter the 2018 NBA Draft. Sexton is expected to be top 15 draft pick. Per ESPN:
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Sexton entered Alabama as a five-star prospect and McDonald's All-American. He averaged 19.2 points, 3.6 assists and 3.8 rebounds per game this past season, leading the Crimson Tide to its first win in the NCAA tournament since 2006.

Sexton said he was proud of helping Alabama get into the tournament, winning 20 games and beating rival Auburn in the SEC tournament. He said that whoever chooses him in the NBA is getting someone with the "will to win."

"Growing up, you want to make it to the NBA," Sexton said. "That's everyone's goal."


Filed Under: Alabama Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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11 Comments
Why the frick would he even consider staying in college another year?
Reply8 months
Thank you Collin! Now go dominate the NBA
Reply8 months
Collin Big Dick Sexton.
Reply8 months
F B I Spin Dr dumbass NCAA prez about to see what happens when you turn a blind eye to shite like this and cars...
Reply8 months
Went 5-1 vs LSU, Tennessee, and Auburn this year.
Reply8 months
And still finished 9th in the SEC
8 months
Which led as as far in the NCAAT as the regular season champs- round 32.
8 months
BUT Pawl you said he was coming back!
Reply8 months
Well no shite.
Reply8 months
See ya puss-cake.
Reply8 months
Oh no we suck aga-- who am i kidding we always suck.
Reply8 months
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