Charleston Southern sophomore guard Christian Keeling announced on Twitter on Wednesday that he'll be declaring for the NBA Draft. Keeling said he won't .sign with an agent so he'll keep his eligibility and the chance to return to school next season.
I am blessed to be able to enter my name into the 2018 NBA Draft. I will keep my eligibility by not signing with an agent and giving myself the opportunity to test the NBA waters and return to Charleston Southern. #DoItForMama???? pic.twitter.com/yAYG81hY71— Christian Keeling (@BasktballPower) April 11, 2018
Keeling was the Bucs leading scorer last season averaging over 17 points per game and also led the team in rebounds, assists and steals per game.
The guard was one of 3 Bucs players involved in an ugly car crash over the past weekend. Keeling was a passenger in the car along with Cortez Mitchell while Travis McConico was driving on I-26 towards Columbia. According to a CSU official, none of the trio were injured just suffering minor bumps and bruises.