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Florida forward Devin Robinson declares for NBA draft.

Florida forward Devin Robinson announces that he will enter the NBA draft and will forgo his senior season.

Devin Robinson will enter the NBA Draft and forgo his senior season. The Florida forward announced his decision on Friday on twitter. 

"This decision was not easy for me," Robinson wrote in his post. "In fact, it was one of the hardest decisions I have faced. I will be leaving a place that has become my second home."

Robinson goes on to the take his family, the coaches and also the fans. 

"To the Rowdy Reptiles and the Gator Nation," I will miss the enthusiasm and support you all provided my team and I during my career here at the University of Florida," Robinson wrote. "I will miss playing in the O'Dome and playing in front of college basketball's best fans. I thank you for your support over the last three seasons."

He adds, "I will cheer on and and be a huge supporter of the University of Florida. I will forever be a Gator." 

In his junior campaign, Robinson averaged 11.1 points and 6.1 rebounds helping Florida venture into the Elite Eight.

"We'll miss Devin here, but he'll always be a part of the Gator family," head coach Mike White said. "We're excited for Devin as he continues to pursue his dream and grateful for his role in helping reestablish the culture and success of the Florida basketball program."

White and company still away word on John Egbunu's decision. The center has taken steps to evaluate his chances in the NBA draft, however, he has not made his decision known. 

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