HAMILTON, N.Y. - Jordan Burns appears ready to make the jump to the pros.
The graduating senior guard announced on Twitter, Tuesday, that he has signed an agent and officially entered his name into the NBA Draft.
— Jordan Burns (@iamjburns_1) March 30, 2021
Last year, Burns tested the waters in the NBA as an early entrant into the Draft, but eventually withdrew in order to return to Colgate and help the Raiders win its second Patriot League title in the past three years.
This season, the San Antonio native lead Colgate in scoring (16.8 ppg), assists (5.3 apg), and steals (1.7 spg).
For his play, Burns was named the 2020-21 Patriot League Player of the Year.
His four-year career in Hamilton will go down as one of the best in Raiders' program history.
Throughout his career, he averaged 15 points per game and 4.5 assists per game, shooting 41.9% . He competes his collegiate career as just the second player ever in Patriot League history to amass at least 1,600 points and 500 rebounds.
Burns is a two-time Patriot League First Team selection (2020, 2021), two-time Patriot League Tournament MVP (2019, 2021), once a Patriot League Second Team selection (2019), three-time Patriot League All-Tournament Team member (2019, 2020, 2021), and was on the 2018 Patriot League All-Rookie Team.
He is attempting to become the 11th player in Colgate program history to be drafted into the NBA, the first since Adonal Foyle in 1997.