Wednesday, October 5 2022

Saint Joseph’s sophomore Jordan Hall on Friday announced that he will hire an agent and declare for the 2022 NBA draft, forgoing his remaining collegiate eligibility.

Hall led the Hawks in scoring this season after averaging 14.1 povints, 6.7 rebounds, 5.8 assists and 1.2 steals in 30 games. He set a program record for career assists per game (5.7) and had the second-most double-digit assist games with five.

The 6-foot-8 guard is currently projected to be an early-to-mid second-round pick this year. He has good size as a lead ballhandler and could play multiple positions at the next level. Hall is highly touted for his court vision and unselfishness as a guard.

Hall will certainly have the opportunity to improve his stock between now and the night of the draft on June 23. After testing the process last year, he figures to be a candidate to participate in the draft combine May 16-22 in Chicago, Illinois.

Underclassmen have until April 24 to declare for the NBA draft.

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