Texas Tech’s guard Jarrett Culver announced that he would enter the 2019 NBA Draft:
I want to thank God and my family for the talent to play this game and always supporting me.
Thank you Texas Tech, my coaches & teammates, and Lubbock. We did things people thought weren’t possible because of you. 🙏🏽
It’s time to take the next step, always a Red Raider❗️#4To1 pic.twitter.com/OrH5M64qkQ
— jarrett culver (@jarrettc08) April 18, 2019
BREAKING: @jarrettc08 announcing he’s forgoing his last two years at @TexasTechMBB to enter the 2019 NBA Draft
Culver is a projected Top 10 pick
Second Red Raider in last two seasons to leave early for NBA (Zhaire Smith, 2018)#WreckEm pic.twitter.com/T1Ly4bnZBQ
— Ryan King (@Ryan_King_Now) April 18, 2019
Culver is one of the absolute best players that have ever played at Texas Tech, a hometown hero being from Coronado, his family and his brothers all playing in the city where they grew up, I could not be more happy for than I am for Culver.
Culver helped carry Texas Tech to a Big 12 Conference title, two Elite Eight runs, a trip to the Final Four, helped propel Texas Tech to the National Championship game.
Congrats on an absolutely terrific career! Go chase that dream and be as relentless as you were for Texas Tech.