Will Richardson, Quincy Guerrier enter their names into the NBA draft

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It was thought Will Richardson’s time at Oregon was done. But Quincy Guerrier is a different story.

The 6-foot-7 forward, along with Richardson, has entered his name into the NBA draft, but has yet to sign with an agent. Both players have until June to decide which direction they want to go with their next basketball journey.

Having Richardson test out his draft status isn’t a surprise since he went through the Senior Night ceremony in Oregon’s last regular-season home game. It was almost a given the left-handed point guard would be moving on.

Guerrier still has a year left in his eligibility status and until now, it was assumed he would be back in a Duck uniform for the 2022-23 season. In his first season in Eugene, the transfer from Syracuse averaged 10 points a game and 5.3 rebounds. He started all of Oregon’s 35 games.

This news comes a day after De’Vion Harmon announced his intention to transfer out of the program. Losing Guerrier would leave a void on the roster that Dana Altman would have to peruse the transfer portal in order to replace.

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