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It became apparent earlier this spring that both Will Richardson and Quincy Guerrier were taking a change at the NBA draft waters and doing what they could to make a leap to the next level rather than returning to the Oregon Ducks for another season.
Unfortunately, it may not be going as planned thus far.
On Tuesday afternoon, the list of invitees for the 2022 NBA Draft Combine was released, and neither Richardson or Guerrier made the cut. Both declared earlier in the year that they were testing the waters to see what their draft stock was like, but neither hired agents so they could potentially return to Eugene for another year under Dana Altman.
2022 NBA Draft Combine (May 16-22) participants revealed: pic.twitter.com/BG3rxOE0sE
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) May 11, 2022
There are a total of 7 players from the Pac-12 in the combine, all of whom come from Arizona, UCLA, or Colorado.
Over the coming weeks, we will likely hear more about Richardson and Guerrier and their potential return to Eugene. There is also a chance that they go overseas and choose to play there while keeping an eye on a potential leap to the NBA.