Trevon Duval is joining teammate Marvin Bagley III in the one and done ranks.
The Duke point guard on Wednesday announced he will declare for the NBA Draft after just one season with the Blue Devils.
"I loved my time here at Duke and I enjoyed every second of it," Duval said, via the Duke Chronicle. "I want to thank all of the Duke fans, thank each of my teammates — they're all brothers to me — and each of the coaches that have helped me grow as a young man both on and off the court. I hope to be part of the Duke brotherhood the rest of my life."
Duval joined Duke as a top-10 recruit but saw limited playing time behind senior Grayson Allen. Still, his talent didn't go unnoticed.
"We wish Trevon the very best," Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said in a statement. "He showed unbelievable improvement, especially at the end of the year. His athleticism and his ability to guard at the next level will help him. We know that great things will happen for Trevon as he embarks on his pro career and will be watching and supporting him every step of the way."
Duval, 19, averaged 10.3 points and 5.6 assists this season. He also led the team with 20 points in their season-ending loss to Kansas in the NCAA Tournament.
He is projected to be a late first-round or early second-round pick.