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Jared Sullinger, a first-team All-American in his freshman and sophomore years at Ohio State, officially declared for the NBA draft on Tuesday. UPDATED with video.
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Sad to see you go Sully, but best of luck and thanks for the memorable season! Go Bucks!
***Buckeye Til I Die***
Best of luck at the next level Jared, it's been a pleasure getting to see you play here.
Appreciate all the effort he gave the past two seasons. Good kid who played hard and represented himself and the university with class. I wish him nothing but the best at the next level.
Good days, bad days --- always a Buckeye. Time to begin the assault on the 2014 BCS National Championship
Thanks for everything Sully! Represent the Bucks well in the League!!
Great player and a great kid. He makes me proud to be a buckeye fan withthe way he handles himself.
Thanks for two unforgettable seasons, Jared! Amir Williams, your time is now!
The press conference video will be live shortly:
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Greatness awaits?? Please.
Sully thank you for being a Great student and player for this Great University. You stayed another year when you didn't have to; truly an all-time great!
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Thanks Jared, for your two great years at tOSU. You've made the alumnae and fans proud. Best of luck in the NBA.
Sully you are a dynamic Buckeye. I so appreciate the extra year of an All-American performance.
I look forward to watching you in the league.
Fun times...Great times.
I can count on one hand the number of basketball stars who were named All-American their freshman and sophomore years at Ohio State.
Historical performance...well done.
This post was edited by WestonBuck on 4/4/2012 at 2:27 PM
Well one thing he will never be able to say he's accomplished at OSU is winning a National Title. Too bad I would have liked to see that. Disappointing to hear but can't blame the guy for wanting to make the $$$.
Oh well, I hope he has a great career in the pros.
This post was edited by COODanke on 4/5/2012 at 7:27 AM
Those who leave, will be champions. - Justin Boren
Best of Luck Sully! We Love you!
Can't blame a guy for taking the money, but I sure would have liked to have seen him play his more natural position of power forward, while Williams handled the center spot. Oh well. Good luck.
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