University of Minnesota freshman guard Cam Christie has submitted paperwork for early entry into the 2024 NBA Draft while maintaining his college eligibility. Christie made his announcement on his social media channels.

Christie, a 6-6, 190-pound freshman guard, ranked second on the team in scoring this past season. The Arlington Heights, Ill., native averaged 11.3 points this season and 30.1 minutes played. Christie shot 40.3 from the field and 39.1 from beyond the arc this past season. He ranked first on the team in three-pointers attempted (179) and second in three-pointers made (70). The rookie has also established 119 rebounds, 74 assists, 11 blocks, 21 steals, and 373 points.

Playing in 33 games this past season, Christie started in 26 and scored in double digits 21 times this year, including a six-game Big Ten streak. Christie was also a two-time Big Ten Freshman of the Week. Christie was the first Gopher freshman to land a spot on the Big Ten’s All-Freshman Team since Amir Coffey in 2017.

(info and photo courtesy of Gopher Sports)

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