Oklahoma guard Willie Warren plans to enter the NBA draft, skipping his final two seasons of eligibility with the Sooners.
Warren made the announcement Thursday. He's the second member of
Oklahoma's backcourt to indicate a desire to turn pro. Tommy
Mason-Griffin is leaving after one season with the Sooners.
Warren was projected as a first-round draft pick following his
freshman season but decided to return to Oklahoma. He led the
Sooners in scoring at 16.3 points per game, but he missed 10 games,
including eight because of an ankle injury. He had surgery on the
ankle March 3.
The Sooners finished 13-18.