Aaron Henry has decided to skip his senior season at Michigan State to enter the NBA draft.
Henry said Monday he plans to sign with an agent.READ MORE: Unemployment In Michigan: 30,816 New Jobless Claims Filed Last Week
He helped the Spartans push their NCAA Tournament streak to 23, extending the longest run in Big Ten history, which trails only Kansas’ 31-year stretch among active streaks.READ MORE: If Kids Are Able To Get COVID Vaccine, Health Department May Re-Evaluate Michigan’s Re-Opening Plan
The 6-foot-6 Henry was the team’s only double-digit scorer, averaging 15.4 points. He led Michigan State with 3.6 assists and 1.3 steals per game, along with being tied for the team lead with 5.6 rebounds a game and being its top defender.
Henry, who is from Indianapolis, averaged 10 points over a three-year career that included 77 starts and 97 games.MORE NEWS: Gov. Whitmer Won’t Discuss Trip After Reported Use Of Private Jet
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