Nevada’s Jordan Caroline To Return For Senior Year
Wolf Pack remain the favorites for next year.
Caroline pulls his name out of NBA Draft
The Nevada Wolf Pack received some great news when Jordan Caroline decided to withdraw from the NBA Draft and will return to Reno for his senior season.
“We are very excited that Jordan has decided to come back for his senior year,” Nevada head coach Eric Musselman said in a released statement. “He had a great month working out for NBA teams and got great feedback and ways to improve his individual skill to play at the next level.
“This experience will benefit him this offseason as he has high expectations for himself and our team. Jordan has an incredible versatile game. In his last two years he has started games at the center, power forward, and small forward. He will continue to use the off-season to work on his perimeter skills. Jordan is one of the most competitive and skilled players in the country.”
As a junior, Jordan averaged 17.7 points per game which was second on the tea and led the Wolf Pack in rebounding at 8.6 per game. This is a big deal for the Wolf Pack as Caroline will likely be a first-team preseason selection and will be in the running for player of the year.
Also, Nevada is great at social media as here are the two ways they announced this decision.
Nevada could still add more talent to its team as both Cody and Caleb Martin have not yet decided if they will return for another year with the Wolf Pack or enter the NBA Draft. The deadline to withdraw is May 30.