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Watch: KU basketball's Marcus Garrett lights up open gym

Marcus Garrett just wrapped up his senior season with KU basketball. He could have returned for a bonus year of eligibility, provided by a blanket NCAA waiver, but Garrett instead penned an essay in which he stated his intentions to go pro. "It's goodbye for now," Garrett said in the...
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KU basketball's Marcus Garrett signs with Lil Wayne's sports agency

As he attempts to make the leap to the NBA, Marcus Garrett has chosen an agency, evidently the one of world-famous rapper and multi-time Grammy winner Lil Wayne. On Saturday, Lil Wayne, who has 35 million followers on Twitter, tweeted a message welcoming Garrett to Young Money APAA Sports. "Welcome...
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'Goodbye for now': KU's Marcus Garrett ready to begin pro career

Marcus Garrett is setting his sights on the next level. The KU basketball senior announced Wednesday evening through the KU Athletics website that he was saying goodbye to Kansas. Garrett penned an essay reflecting on his time at KU to announce the news. "It's goodbye for now," Garrett said. "I’m...
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Kansas basketball senior Marcus Garrett leaves strong legacy entering NBA Draft

Four-year Kansas basketball guard Marcus Garrett has announced his decision to enter the NBA Draft, forgoing his extra year of eligibility. Garrett leaves a strong legacy in Lawrence as a beloved figure among teammates, coaches, and fans. He was named to the Big 12 All-Defensive Team three times, All-Big 12 Teams twice, and was the 2019-2020 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year.
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Marcus Garrett declares for NBA Draft, says 'goodbye' to KU basketball

LAWRENCE — Marcus Garrett has decided now is the right time to move on. Garrett, who just finished his fourth season with Kansas basketball, intends to forego his bonus year of eligibility and officially kick-start his professional career, the guard announced Wednesday night in an open letter addressed to Jayhawk fans. A 6-foot-5, 205-pounder out of Dallas, Garrett helped KU to a Final Four as a freshman and earned Naismith Defensive Player of the Year honors following his junior campaign.
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KU’s Marcus Garrett declares for NBA Draft

LAWRENCE, Kan. (WIBW) - KU guard Marcus Garrett has declared for the 2021 NBA Draft and will not return to Kansas next season. Garrett penned a letter to fans Wednesday announcing his decision. “There’s only one bad part about being a basketball player at Kansas. You know what it is?...
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Breakout NCAA Tournament star Johnny Juzang has decided to test the draft waters, he revealed in a Twitter post. Juzang averaged 22.8 PPG in six tournament games to carry the 11th-seeded UCLA Bruins to the Final Four. The 6’7” Juzang will keep his options open by maintaining his college eligibility. He’s currently rated No. 50 on ESPN’s Best Available list.
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Bill Self reflects on how Kansas changed Marcus Garrett

Marcus Garrett's time at Kansas is likely done following the 2020-21 season. Garrett, of course, can choose to return for an extra year of eligibility provided by the NCAA, but the guard did just wrap up his traditional senior season — meaning in a normal year he'd have no choice but to turn pro if he wanted to continue playing basketball.
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Kansas basketball: Expectations for Marcus Garrett ahead of the NBA Draft

Senior guard Marcus Garrett will have to decide whether to spend another year with Kansas basketball, or move on to the next stage and declare for the NBA Draft. The walls are closing in on Marcus’ decision, and it could be soon considering the number of roster moves that have taken place so far during Kansas’ offseason.
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🏀 Marcus Garrett Named Senior CLASS Award All-American First Team

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Kansas guard Marcus Garrett has been named to the 2020-21 Senior CLASS Award® All-American First Team, the award organizers announced Friday. To be eligible for the honor, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence: community, classroom, character and competition.
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Marcus Garrett Named Senior CLASS Award All-American First Team

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Kansas guard Marcus Garrett has been named to the 2020-21 Senior CLASS Award® All-American First Team, the award organizers announced Friday. To be eligible for the honor, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence: community, classroom, character and competition.
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Marcus Garrett delivers in 'winning time' vs. Eastern Washington

Marcus Garrett is a man of few words. When he’s on the court, his personality often mirrors that approach. However, the senior from Dallas couldn’t contain his excitement in his first NCAA tournament game since 2019 — especially when the outside shots were falling. Garrett, who entered Saturday as a...