McCormack to return for at least one more year

Kansas sophomore David McCormack will be back in Lawrence for his junior season instead of testing his stock in the 2020 NBA draft.

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April 17, 2020 - 4:12 PM

Left, David McCormack fights for a rebound against Oklahoma’s Kristian Doolittle on Feb. 15. Photo by Erick Mitchell / Iola Register

LAWRENCE, Kan. — Kansas sophomore David McCormack will return to school for his junior year instead of entering the 2020 NBA draft, he announced Thursday.

McCormack, 6-10, 265-pound power forward from Norfolk, Va., averaged 6.9 points and 4.1 rebounds a game last season for the Jayhawks (28-3). He started 18 of 29 games in which he appeared and played an average of 14.6 minutes a game.

“Me and my family have looked into my NBA draft prospects the past few weeks to get some input from the NBA teams on what areas of my game I need to improve on,” McCormack said Thursday. “It was a great opportunity to hear from them and I’m looking forward to putting those on display this next season at Allen Fieldhouse. We have a great coaching staff who can help me and my teammates reach that next level.”

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