Report: UCLA leading scorer Jordan Adams to test NBA draft

UCLA might lose more talent to the NBA draft.

Star point guard Kyle Anderson was long gone, and freshman Zach LaVine followed soon after the Bruins’ season ended.

According to 247Sports’ Neal Nieves, leading scorer Jordan Adams will also test his draft stock. The sophomore was seventh in the Pac-12 with 17.4 points per game, and first with a school-record 95 steals.

As long as he doesn’t hire an agent, Adams can still return for his junior season. Arizona State’s Jahii Carson did something similar a year ago, requesting an official NBA draft projection before deciding to stay for his sophomore season.

Adams is currently No. 26 in DraftExpress‘ 2014 mock draft, but No. 62 in Chad Ford’s ESPN top 100.