Duke freshman guard Trevor Keels on Saturday became the fourth Blue Devils player to declare for the upcoming NBA draft.
Keels was the third-leading scorer for Duke this past season, averaging 11.5 points. He also averaged 3.4 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 36 games (26 starts).
“Playing at Duke was a dream and I feel now is the time to chase another dream,” Keels wrote in a post on Instagram. “I am excited to enter my name in the 2022 NBA Draft. I found a second home at Duke and I’ll be riding with The Brotherhood for life.”
Keels joins Wendell Moore Jr., Paolo Banchero and Mark Williams in declaring for the draft. Guard Jeremy Roach announced Friday he would return for his junior season.
Keels is a projected late first-round draft pick.