Morgantown, West Virginia – Former West Virginia Mountaineers guard Teddy “Buckets” Allen has decided that he will enter the NBA Draft and hire an agent, ending his long and complicated college basketball career.
Allen, who began his college career at West Virginia, spent most of his time in Morgantown in Bob Huggins’ dog house. Allen then transferred to Wichita State, was kicked off the team, played a year at a junior college, then Nebraska, where he spent one season, before ultimately ending up at New Mexico State.
Allen thrived and finally lived up to his potential at New Mexico State, averaging 19.6 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game while being named the WAC Player of the Year.
Although it seems like Allen has been in college for nearly a decade, he unbelievably has another year of eligibility remaining. However, moments ago, Allen announced that he is entering the NBA Draft and will hire an agent.