NC State

Warren remains undecided on future despite media reports

Posted March 24, 2014

NC State's T.J. Warren during the Wolfpack's ACC Tournament game verus Duke on Saturday, March 15, 2014 in Greensboro, NC.  Duke won 75-67.  (Photo by Jack Morton)

— Multiple media outlets reported Monday that North Carolina State sophomore forward TJ Warren will head to the NBA Draft. However, Warren told WRAL late Monday that he remains undecided and is focused on finishing school. He even took to Twitter to say “Undecided” in a post just before 3 p.m.

After leading the pack to an NCAA tournament appearance and winning the ACC Player of the Year honor, many predict Warren, a 6-foot-8 forward, would be a first round pick.

Warren averaged a league-best 24.9 points per game and added 7.1 rebounds as the Wolfpack lost to No. 5 seed St. Louis in the Round of 64.

College players have until April 27 to declare for the NBA Draft, which is held on June 26. 


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  • taskmaster27858 Mar 31, 2014

    His he still Undecided??? When will the annoucement be??

  • vt94hokies Mar 30, 2014

    I'm hoping that TJ moves on and grabs some huge dollars to make him and his family members secure. He obviously can't improve his stock any more by coming back.

  • JPDOhio Mar 28, 2014

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    If he stays, he won't be playing for a mediocre team and he can buy insurance to cover a career ending injury. There is no legit financial reason for TJ to stay because he already is properly projected as a 1st round pick. The only reason would be to enjoy college life for one more year, get closer to completing his degree and maybe lead the Pack to something special next year. The fact that nothing has been announced so far (despite the reports early in the week) suggests to me that he is at least considering one more year at State.

  • LuvsThePack Mar 28, 2014

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    Is he transferring to UN*C or what???

  • HEELSrocknU Mar 27, 2014

    would not be a wise move to stay....if he blows out a knee playing for a mediocre team he will regret losing the big bucks

  • littleriver69 Mar 26, 2014

    Who cares? Go.

  • olivechapel1000 Mar 26, 2014

    I guess I really hate the NBA now(since late 90s). I would prefer Warren Stay. But if he goes out, thats fine. He plays hard.

  • Jeanne Gunn Mar 26, 2014
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    Thanks for setting it straight, YourConscience. State will be good next year without TJ, but with him - agree - State will be really good.

  • CHAMPS 17 09 05 93 82 57 24 Mar 26, 2014

    No doubt he'll go pro. His stock is way too high and can't get much higher. Enjoy another "rebuilding year" haha

  • YourConscience Mar 25, 2014

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    When I mentioned Warren enduring 'all the freshman bumps and bruises' in my previous comment, I was referring to the freshman class he played with this year, a class who will be stellar next year. Warren can lead us to the promised land... a land we have not seen in over 20 years. I will watch T.J. where ever he goes, but I hope it is at PNC arena next year, with his final two wins in Indianapolis on April 4 and 6th, 2015. Life goes by fast and only gets tougher T.J., enjoy this time as long as you can Bro.




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