Third Wildcat declares for NBA Draft


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It was only a matter of time until Tyler Ulis decided it was time to go pro. He had a superb sophomore season and led the team in assists while scoring about 17 points a game this season. Incoming freshman De'Aaron Fox was hoping to learn a couple things from the point guard, but it seems he won't get the chance.

Ulis has been mocked to go in a number of spots in the first round of the NBA Draft, but most of them are after the lottery --- picks 1-14. He might be undersized, but he's proven that he can run an offense and he could be even better at the next level with more talent surrounding him.