Baylor’s Quincy Miller decides to enter NBA draft

Baylor freshman standout Quincy Miller has changed his mind and

is declaring for early entry in the NBA draft.

Bears coach Scott Drew said Tuesday that Miller has decided to

skip his final three seasons of eligibility. Miller had said two

weeks ago that he was staying at Baylor for his sophomore

season.

Drew says additional information gathered after Miller’s

previous decision gave the player and his family more to

consider.

Miller averaged 10.6 points and 4.9 rebounds while starting 35

of 37 games. Baylor had a school-record 30 wins and advanced to the

NCAA round of 16 for the second time in three seasons.

Perry Jones III has already said he is leaving Baylor after his

sophomore season and declaring for the draft.