Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
LSU forward Trendon Watford announced Wednesday afternoon that he will be declaring for the 2021 NBA Draft and plans to hire an agent.

Watford, a sophomore from Birmingham, Alabama averaged 16.3 points, 7.4 rebounds, and 2.9 assists per game this past season.

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Will anyone return next season? Will they be decent.
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Go speak de Deutschland and live the good Bavarian lifestyle on 100 to 150 keuros a year til about 35ish. Marry a hot German or Polish gal with a nice life
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What the hell. Go ahead and put my name in too.
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Best of luck, Trenton...Thanks for being a Tiger!
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won't get drafted. Only 60 players get drafted, and seems like a third of them are foreign players.
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Wow definitely can use another year. Wont even be a first rounder.
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I live close and have followed Trendon since his high school career. I was shocked when he chose LSU. My ex brother-in-law went to high school with him. It always bothered me that Bama would boo him every time they played.....petty. I wish him the best and I do think he will be drafted based on his size and ability, his numbers are pretty good and are not that different from what Ben Simmons put up here and Trendon wasn't fed the ball like Ben was. I know everyone wants him to come back but he will go to the league and will be fine. The same things were said when Ben Simmons left. If LSU is becoming a bball school then we are going to have to live with these players playing a year or two. Wade will reload.
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Cool
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Foolish. His game is no where near where it needs to be. He’s a darn good player but would benefit from one or two more years. Never will get drafted
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You=definition of stupidity
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Lol
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Hope he took Mandarin
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He stayed 2 years and played hard. Time to go learn from the best coaches in the NBA. Good luck and I hope the right team drafts him.
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With some real coaching, he'll be a great addition to the NBA.
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Go practice those layups young buck
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And free throws. Can't be elite if you miss free throws at the end of big games
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Ignore the haters here. I hope he has a lot of success in professional basketball. He was a great Tiger.
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Mistake!!! Late round pic
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If
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there's only 2 rounds. 60 players total.
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I thank him for his service and he was a great Tiger and a joy to watch. He'll be a great pro. This draft is stacked, but I can see him being drafted in the 1st.
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You are the only one in the world who thinks he’s a rd 1 pick. He will be lucky to get drafted at all
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You're pretty stupid no lie.
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"a great pro"?? Seriously?
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TYFYS!!
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Don’t be rude! Thank you Trendon, best of luck to you in the draft!
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He was a good guy. Great wishes
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Declaring for a draft that he won't be drafted in. Sad.
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Is it? You don’t have to be drafted to make a team and cash serious checks
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Congrats!
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