ATLANTA (AP) — Josh Okogie has ended his career at Georgia Tech after two seasons deciding to remain in the NBA draft.

The 6-foot-4 guard announced his decision Monday. The draft will be held June 21.

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Okogie submitted his application to the NBA undergraduate advisory committee in March, participated in workouts and interviews with NBA teams, and attended the last week’s draft combine in Chicago.

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Okogie ranked fourth in the Atlantic Coast Conference at 18.2 points per game as a sophomore. He averaged 16.9 points over his two seasons with the Yellow Jackets, coming one of six players in school history to reach 1,000 points in their sophomore year.

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Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner says he fully supports Okogie’s decision, even though he’s not projected as a first-round pick by most analysts.