Stanley Umude called this past year at the University of Arkansas was one of the best of his life, but he also shared his NBA Draft plans on social media on Thursday.

Umude said he would hire an agent and enter the NBA Draft.

A key player on Arkansas’ Elite 8 team, Umude played in all 37 games, with 25 starts, and led the team in 3-point shooting at 37.1 percent (53-143), was second on the team in scoring (11.9) and added 4.6 rebounds per game.

To open the NCAA Tournament, Umude had his best career game as he led the team with 21 points, made 3-of-4 from 3-point range, and tied his season-high with 9 rebounds. Umude became the first Razorback to play 40 minutes in an NCAA Tournament game with zero turnovers. He was 6-of-6 at the line, which tied a season high, and made 2 free throws with 9:34 left to give Arkansas a lead it would not relinquish. He also chipped in 2 blocked shots.

Umude had a productive college career that began at South Dakota for 4 seasons where he graduated after he scored 1,520 points that ranked 11th on the Coyotes’ all-time list while pulling down 549 rebounds (24th in USD history) with 183 assists, 91 blocked shots (8th in USD history) and 55 steals. Overall, he scored 1,960 points in his collegiate carer.