Ex-Delaware guard Jarvis Threatt turning pro
Former Delaware guard Jarvis Threatt has signed with an agent and won't be returning to college
Former Delaware guard Jarvis Threatt has signed with an agent and won't be returning to college, he told CBSSports.com on Friday.
Threatt -- a distant cousin of former NBA guard Sedale Threatt -- had one year of eligibility remaining after being dismissed from the Blue Hens' program in June for a repeated violation of team rules.
The 6-2 guard was arguably the most talented player in Delaware's program last season and a key reason for the Blue Hens' run to the NCAA Tournament in March.
Threatt averaged 18.0 points, 5.8 rebounds, and 5.4 assists during the 2013-14 campaign.
The Blue Hens finished 25-10 last season and lost to Michigan State in the Round of 64.
The former five-star recruit has not yet hired an agent
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