MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia guard Taz Sherman plans to enter the NBA draft process.
Sherman announced his intentions Sunday on Twitter, saying he will leave open the option of returning to school for a final season.READ MORE: Two-Year-Old Boy Battling Cancer Dresses Up As His Doctor For Halloween
Sherman joins fellow guard Sean McNeil in declaring for the draft process.
In addition, guard Jordan McCabe and forward Emmitt Matthews announced their plans to transfer last week.READ MORE: Pennsylvania's Jobless Rate, Labor Force And Payrolls Drop
Sherman, a senior, was third in team scoring at 13.4 points per game.
West Virginia lost to Syracuse in the second round of the NCAA Tournament to finish the season 19-10.MORE NEWS: Couple Facing Charges In Connection With Rental Assistance Fraud
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