Alabama's Key declares for NBA draft, doesn't hire agent

Braxton Key

Braxton Key

Freshman forward Braxton Key of Alabama is planning to enter the NBA Draft, the school announced on Monday. Key will not hire an agent, meaning he could still return to play for Alabama for the 2017-2018 season. He was Alabama's best overall player last season but still needs to make improvement in all aspects of the perimeter game. I am excited to see what my future holds.

The award winners at Alabama's 2017 men's basketball banquet were sophomore Avery Johnson, Jr. He has until May 24 to remove his name from the draft if he elects to return to Alabama. The head coach said Key has gone through an evaluation process and has received advice from different committees on the decision.

Johnson said he plans to remain very neutral on the subject.

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While we hope to get Braxton back for another season, we wish him well if it turns out that an opportunity for National Basketball Association dollars is in the cards for him. Worst case for him, he will be evaluated by those who are involved in the draft process to get feedback on the specific areas that he needs to improve the most. Key also led the team with 20 double-figure scoring games and was second on the team in assists (2.5 assists per game) and rebounding (5.7 rebounds per game). He scored a season-high 26 points during an 80-60 win at Georgia on January 25.

"He made a decision to stay, so I'm happy that he's staying", Ingram said. "I was really supportive".

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