Kansas guard Wayne Selden Jr. is declaring for the NBA draft and will hire an agent, effectively ending his college career.
Selden announced his decision on Tuesday, three days after the Jayhawks' season ended with a disappointing loss to Villanova in the NCAA Tournament.
"The last three years have been a true blessing to experience as a Jayhawk, an opportunity I am so thankful for," Selden said in a press release. "That being said, I'd like to announce that I will be declaring for the 2016 NBA draft. It has always been our plan that my college experience would be three years. I plan to hire representation in the coming weeks."
Selden averaged 13.8 points as a junior and started 37 of 38 games.
---Virginia Commonwealth coach Will Wade received a new deal from the school that runs through the 2024 season, the school announced.
Wade originally signed a contract through 2020 worth $1 million annually when he replaced Shaka Smart after last season. The new contract also calls for unspecified program upgrades.
Wade went 25-11 in his first season as coach. The Rams lost to Final Four-bound Oklahoma in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Wade was targeted by Vanderbilt for its current job opening but Tuesday's development should end that flirtation.
---Southern California extended the contract of coach Andy Enfield for two years, the school announced.
The extension runs through the 2020-21 season. No contract terms were disclosed.
Enfield originally signed a six-year deal in 2013 that was worth more than $1 annually when USC lured him away from Florida Gulf Coast.
The Trojans went 21-13 this past season and reached the NCAA Tournament in Enfield's third season. USC lost to Providence in the opening round of the NCAA tourney.