University of Houston guard Quentin Grimes, a key member of the Cougars’ Final Four run, will hire an agent and enter the NBA draft, he announced Friday. Grimes led the Cougars and ranked third in the American Athletic Conference with 17.8 points per game and finished second on the team with 5.7 rebounds per contest. He was a unanimous selection for the All-American Athletic Conference First Team and was named the league’s Player of the Year, a first for the UH program since 1993.
Houston guard Quentin Grimes announced Friday that he is hiring an agent and will declare for the NBA draft. Grimes was one of three players who averaged double figures for the Cougars and led Houston to its first NCAA Final Four appearance since 1984. The 6' 5 guard posted on Instagram about his decision.
Houston guard Quentin Grimes announced his decision to declare for the 2021 NBA Draft, The Woodlands native announced on his Twitter on Friday afternoon. It’s been an honor for a hometown kid to be able to wear the ‘Houston’ jersey across my chest the past two years,” Grimes said in a tweet. To coach (Kelvin) Sampson, coach (Quannas White) and the rest of the coaching staff, thank you for pushing me and holding me accountable, and always challenging me to be the best version of myself.