Virginia star Kyle Guy declares for National Basketball Association draft but with a caveat

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One day after teammates De'Andre Hunter and Ty Jerome announced their intention to leave UVA early for the National Basketball Association draft, Kyle Guy announced on Tuesday he will also enter his name into the National Basketball Association draft. "I am diving in to this with two feet to achieve my dream but I will leave the option of coming back to school open".

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Under new NCAA rules, Guy can sign with an NCAA-certified agent, receive feedback and still return to UVA. He averaged over 15 points per game and made almost 43% of his three point shots. "Three years later we accomplished that goal of winning a National Championship". Guy, UVA's leading scorer and the Final Four MOP, joined the duo by announcing his decision on Tuesday afternoon. Guy added 24 points in the Cavaliers' 85-77 overtime win against the Red Raiders in the title game. He also kept Virginia in the game against Purdue in the Elite Eight when star point guard Carsen Edwards threatened to send the Cavaliers home early. I also set a goal for myself to play in the National Basketball Association. Guy ranks first all-time at UVA in 3-point percentage (42.5%) and second in made 3-pointers (254).

Guy will likely attend the NBA Combine from May 14-19 in Chicago, then has 10 days to withdraw from the draft before he loses a year of eligibility. "He has had a terrific collegiate career and has been a pleasure to coach".

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