Nevada forward Cameron Oliver has officially signed with an agent, ESPN’s Jeff Goodman reported Friday evening.
Nevada's Cameron Oliver staying in NBA Draft. Has signed with Todd Ramasar of Life Sports Media & Entertainment, Ramasar told ESPN.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) May 5, 2017
With Oliver’s decision to sign with an agent, he will forego his final two seasons of eligibility at the college level. Oliver will not be able to return to Nevada for his junior season.
Nevada was led by Oliver in a 28-win campaign this past season. Oliver averaged 18 points and 8.7 rebounds in 35 appearances. Despite playing just two years in the Mountain West, he finishes in the career top 25 in field goal percentage, defensive rebounds and blocks.
Oliver is widely considered a top 50 prospect for the upcoming draft. Many project Oliver to be selected at some point in the second round of the draft, with some projections topping out in the top 40.
The 2017 NBA Draft will be held on June 22 in Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.