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D.J. Wilson announces he will enter NBA Draft without representation

The redshirt sophomore forward has until May 31 to return to school to remain NCAA eligible.

Michigan redshirt sophomore forward D.J. Wilson has announced his intentions to submit his name into the NBA Draft and will do so without hiring an agent. Wilson took to his Twitter account on Monday to confirm the news.

"I give glory to God each and every day for allowing me to be apart of the University of Michigan and our basketball program," Wilson's tweet read. "With that being said, after discussing it with my family and coaches, I will be entering my name into the NBA Draft without hiring an agent. Thank you for your continued support and Go Blue!"

Wilson, who emerged as a playmaker for the Wolverines this season, averaged 11 points and 5 rebounds a game during the 2016-17 season in an expanded role.

Wilson has until May 31to return to school to retain his NCAA eligibility.

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