Former Syracuse basketball recruit Moustapha Diagne reportedly to enter NBA Draft

first_img Published on April 21, 2016 at 9:34 pm Contact Connor: [email protected] | @connorgrossman Facebook Twitter Google+ Moustapha Diagne, a former Syracuse Class of 2015 signee, will declare for the NBA Draft without signing an agent according to CBS Sports. Diagne was slated to join the Orange in 2016 with Malachi Richardon, Tyler Lydon and Frank Howard before an academic issue prevented him from attending SU.He instead played this season at Northwest Florida State Junior College. The 6-foot-9 center started 31 of 33 games and averaged 10.2 points per game while hauling in 7.3 rebounds per game.Because Diagne reportedly will not sign with an agent, he’s allowed to withdraw from NBA Draft consideration and return to Northwest Florida State by May 25. Collegiate players with remaining eligibility can declare for the NBA Draft by April 25 and participate in NBA combine events.Malachi Richardson is the only non-Syracuse senior to declare for the NBA Draft, and he also did so without signing an agent. The NBA Draft will be held on June 25. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Commentslast_img read more

Top Tipp midfielder James Woodlock calls it a day

first_imgThe Newport native told Tipp FM Sport that he had a great career and has no regrets. James made 26 appearences for the Premier County, making his debut against Limerick in 2007.The  Drom & Inch clubman won five Munster Senior Hurling medals but lost out on most of the 2010 season due to a serious leg break which occurred in the 2009 county senior hurling final.All Ireland winner in 2010 Conor O Mahony retired yesterday after playing at the top level for many seasons.last_img