Baylor Forward Quincy Miller to Enter NBA Draft

After initially deciding to return to school, Baylor forward Quincy Miller today announced he will forgo his sophomore season and instead declare for the NBA Draft, making him the first one-and-done player in Baylor history. Yahoo’s Marc J. Spears broke the story, and has the details: “The Co-Big 12 Conference Player of the Year averaged 10.6 points and 4.9 rebounds in 37 games. Miller actually said on April 10 that he would return to Baylor, but after further deliberation he changed his mind. One NBA scout believes he can be drafted as high as 15 … Quincy Miller tells @Yahoo Sports about changing mind to leave Baylor: ‘I apologize if I excited too many people, but I feel like this is the best move for me. I love Baylor so much. I love the campus. I love the university. I love everything about Baylor. But I think for myself right now this was best for me.'”