2012 NBA Draft: Jared Sullinger Declares After 2 Years At Ohio State

The 2012 NBA Draft will feature plenty of early entrants. There are already a bevy of players who were planning on entering the draft before their senior year of college. Following the 2012 NCAA Tournament, that number will only increase in the coming months as talented players attempt to go pro.

One of the players who is set to announce his entry in the NBA Draft is Ohio St. Buckeyes star forward Jared Sullinger. Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports reported that Sullinger is expected to make his official announcement on Wednesday.


Related: Coverage Of Early Entrants In The NBA Draft

The official Buckeyes Twitter feed announced that Sullinger's press conference will begin at 2:15 p.m. ET. The presser will be streamed live on OhioStateBuckeyes.com.

In Sullinger's second season with OSU in 2011-12, he averaged 17.6 points per game and 9.3 rebounds per game. In five games in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, Sullinger had three double-doubles and never scored fewer than 12 points in any game.

Update: As expected, Sullinger officially announced Wednesday that he's leaving Ohio State for the NBA.

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