UCLA’s Jordan Adams Changes His Mind, Declares For NBA Draft
Nine days after announcing his decision to stay at UCLA, leading scorer Jordan Adams will declare for the NBA draft according to Inside UCLA.
Steve Alford's statement this morning on Jordan Adams: "I enjoyed coaching him this past season and wish him and his family all the best.”
— Jack Wang (@thejackwang) April 27, 2014
Adams averaged 17.4 points and set a school-record 95 steals for the Bruins sweet 16 team.
“I’ve had so much fun playing here at UCLA, and I’m really excited about the team we’re going to have next year,” Adams said in a statement on April 17. “Once the season ended, my family and I began carefully weighing all of my options. In the end, staying at UCLA for my junior year is a win-win situation. I’m glad that I went through the process, received constructive feedback and had time to reflect on what I truly want.
“I love being a Bruin. I’m looking forward to getting back in the gym and the weight room to get better, and I can’t wait for next season.”
Adams has been projected as a late first round pick.