The college career of former Lake Clifton star Josh Selby has come to an end.
Selby, the 2010 Baltimore Sun Male Athlete of the Year, has left Kansas and will declare for the NBA draft, according to TheShiver.com.
Selby averaged 7.9 points and 2.2 assists for the Jayhawks. The former Laker sat out the first nine games of his freshman season while the NCAA sorted through his eligibility issues. Later in the season Selby labored through a foot injury. He has reportedly been working out in Las Vegas in preparation for the draft.
At The Sun's Athlete of the Year banquet last June, Selby said that he hoped to spend just one season in Lawrence, Kan., before turning pro.
"When I get there, I just hope that I get one and done – I ain't gonna lie," Selby said. "I hope that they mature me on and off the court, make me a better man and make me a better player."