Ohio State’s Sullinger Declares For NBA Draft

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    Columbus, OH –  Ohio State sophomore forward Jared Sullinger has decided to enter the 2012 NBA Draft.

    Sullinger averaged 17.6 points and 9.3 rebounds this past season, helping Ohio State reach the Final Four.

    A two-time consensus first-team All-American, Sullinger scored 1,282 points (17.3 ppg) and grabbed 717 rebounds (9.7 rpg) in 74 career games at Ohio State. His career point total is the third most in school history for any player who stayed at least two years.

    Sullinger helped the Buckeyes win 65 games over the last two seasons and claim a pair of Big Ten regular-season titles while also advancing to the Big Ten tournament title game each year.

    Story By: Fox News.com      Pic By: Getty Images

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