LINCOLN–(KFOR May 29)–Nebraska forward Isaiah Roby announced Wednesday afternoon that he has decided to remain in the 2019 NBA Draft and will skip his senior year.

Roby finished his three-year Husker basketball career with 786 points, 530 rebounds and 154 blocked shots. He had a breakout year last season, as Nebraska made it to the NIT for a second-straight year.

Roby averaged almost 12 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists and close to two blocks a game as a junior, while making 35 starts.

He will look to become the first Husker basketball player drafted since Venson Hamilton in 1999.  The draft will be June 20 in Brooklyn, New York.