Head coach Don Verlin and the team announced Victor Sanders will be eligible for the NBA Draft, but he will not be signing with an agent.
Sanders led Idaho last season with 20.9 points per game, good enough for fourth in the Big Sky.
He’s scored 1,215 points in his career and sits second in program history with 191 3-pointers made.
Underclassmen, like Sanders, have until 10 days after the draft combine (May 9-14) to withdraw and retain their eligibility.
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