Sharife Cooper’s time at Auburn has come to an end, he’s leaving school for the 2021 NBA Draft.

Cooper is regarded as one of the top point guard prospects in the upcoming draft after spending one season playing for Bruce Pearl’s Auburn squad.

The freshman started all 12 games he appeared in for the Tigers, averaging 20.2 points per game with an average of 8.1 assists, 4.3 rebounds and a steal per contest.

The Powder Springs, Ga., native came to Auburn rated as one of the top overall guard prospects in the nation out of McEachern High School.

According to ESPN’s Jonathan Givon, Cooper is one of two freshmen to average over 20 points and eight assists per game over the previous 30 college basketball seasons.

Following his decision to turn pro, Cooper issued the following tweets: