DAYTON — Standout Dayton Flyers point guard Jalen Crutcher announced he will enter the 2020 NBA Draft, but intends on keeping his college eligibility, according to a post on his Twitter account.
Crutcher’s announcement comes a day after Obi Toppin declared for the draft, but would hire an agent, thus ending his college career.
Without hiring an agent, Crutcher will maintain his eligibility and could return for his senior season.
Crutcher was named a First Team All-Atlantic 10 in the conference’s postseason awards. He finished the season averaging 32.5 minutes, 15.1 points, and 4.7 assists per game.