BYU's Eric Mika has entered the 2017 NBA Draft
Brigham Young Cougars sophomore forward Eric Mika will enter his name for the 2017 NBA Draft but will maintain his college eligibility by not hiring an agent, the school announced.
Mika will retain his two years of NCAA eligibility if he withdraws his name from the draft by May 24. He will be able to participate in pre-draft activities, though, to find where his draft stock stands. Mika is currently ranked 46th in Chad Ford's top-100 prospects and is projected to be a late-second-round pick if drafted at all.
Mika averaged 20.3 points, 9.2 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.9 blocks per game in his sophomore season.
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