On Thursday, Nebraska basketball coach Tim Miles announced that forward Isaiah Roby is entering his name for the 2018 NBA Draft.
— Lee Barfknecht (@leebeeowh) April 5, 2018
As Lee Barfknecht mentioned in his tweet, Roby — a sophomore — is not hiring an agent. What that means is that Roby can go through the process of the combine and receive feedback from NBA personnel.
He then has 10 days until after the combine to rescind his name for the draft and return to school. If he hires an agent or does not rescind his name, he will not be able to return back to Nebraska.
Roby is also the third member of the Nebraska basketball team to test the 2018 NBA Draft waters. James Palmer and Isaac Copeland are also going through the process.
Roby averaged 8.7 points and a team-high 6.3 rebounds per game this past season. The 6-foot-8 forward from Dixon, Ill. also averaged a team-best 2 blocks per contest as well.
He shot 56 percent from the field in 2017-18 and 40 percent from behind the arc on just 42 attempts.