Duke's Frank Jackson reverses course, will enter NBA Draft
Duke Blue Devils freshman guard Frank Jackson has changed his plans and will enter the 2017 NBA Draft after saying he would return to school, per Jessika Morgan of The News & Observer.
Jackson will not hire an agent and will 'test the draft waters' as he can now receive feedback on his NBA draft stock. If he doesn't like where he is projected to go, Jackson can withdraw, by May 24, and retain his college eligibility. He is currently 45th in Draft Express' top 100 prospects and would likely be a second-round pick in the upcoming draft.
Jackson averaged 10.9 points per game and earned 16 starts in his freshman season in Durham.
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