Ray McCallum will enter NBA Draft, according to report

Peter G. Aiken-US PRESSWIRE

One of the better small-school players in the country, the 6'3 point guard will become part of this year's draft class.

Detroit Mercy's Ray McCallum will enter the NBA draft, according to NBADraft.net and the Detroit Free Press. The Michigan native will forgo his senior year after three stellar seasons in the Horizon League. Some have the 6'3 guard going in the first round, while others project him to go late in the second round with the potential to miss out on being drafted entirely.

A three-year starter at Detroit, McCallum saw his production increase each season. He scored double-digit points in each of his campaigns, topping out at 18.7 points per game in his junior year. Throw in 5.1 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game in 2012-2013, and it's no surprise that he was the Horizon League's Player of the Year.

McCallum played all three season at Detroit Mercy for his father, Ray McCallum Sr. The two engineered consecutive postseason berths for the Titans, making the NCAA tournament in 2012 and the NIT in 2013.

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