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Moritz Wagner announces he will enter NBA Draft without hiring an agent

Like his forward counterpart D.J. Wilson, Wagner has the option to return to Michigan by May 31 to retain NCAA eligibility.

A second Michigan forward announced that he will be testing the NBA Draft waters on Monday.

With D.J. Wilson announcing he will enter the draft without representation, Wolverines sophomore forward Moritz Wagner also took to Twitter to announce his intentions to enter the draft without hiring an agent.

"I appreciate all of the support I continue to receive at the University of Michigan," the statement read. "After talking with the coaches and my family, I have decided to enter my name to the NBA Draft without hiring an agent..."

Wagner finished the 2016-17 season averaging 12 points and 4 rebounds per game as well being named All-Big Ten honorable mention.

Like Wilson, Wagner has until May 31 to withdraw from the draft to retain NCAA eligibility.

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