Michigan Sophomore Guard Trey Burke to Enter 2013 NBA Draft

University of Michigan sophomore guard Trey Burke said he’ll enter this year’s National Basketball Association draft.

Burke led the Wolverines to the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament championship game and was named college basketball’s Player of the Year.

Burke led the Big Ten Conference with 6.7 assists a game and averaged 18.6 points this season.

The 6-foot-1 Burke finished his college career by scoring 24 points as the Wolverines (31-8) lost 82-76 to the University of Louisville in the NCAA tournament final.

“I’m proud of everything we accomplished this year,” Burke said in a statement. “It has been a dream of mine to play in the NBA and I feel excited and well prepared to take that next step in my career.”

Burke is projected as a top-10 pick in the June 27 draft, according to ESPN.

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