Bryant Crawford To Begin Professional Career
May 29, 2018

By Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@WakeMBB)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Wake Forest junior guard Bryant Crawford announced Tuesday (May 29) that he will forego his senior season and begin his professional career.

“I would like to thank the city of Winston-Salem and the Demon Deacon fanbase for the continual support over the last three seasons,” said Crawford. “I also want to thank the coaching staff and my teammates for fostering an atmosphere that has prepared me to take this next step in my basketball career. Go Deacs!”

An honorable mention All-ACC selection in 2017-18, Crawford led Wake Forest in scoring (16.9 ppg), assists (152), 3-pointers (57), free throw percentage (86.8%) and steals (48). He scored in double figures in 29 contests last season, including 10 20-point games, highlighted by a career-high 29 points vs. NC State on Feb. 17. He started 93 of his 94 career games and ends his career ranked in the Wake Forest top 10 in career assists (7th-467), career 3-pointers (8th-167) and career steals (9th-149). Crawford also ranks in the top 25 in Wake Forest career scoring (23rd-1,470).

“We wish Bryant luck as he embarks on his professional career,” said head coach Danny Manning. “He has been a leader on our team for the last three years since starting the first game of his freshman year. We will miss him next season but will are looking forward to seeing his success as a professional.”



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