Makur Maker is reportedly going to turn pro after playing one college season at Howard University.
Per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Maker is declaring for the 2021 NBA draft. The 20-year-old won't sign with an agent, though, giving him the ability to return to school.
Per ESPN's Jeff Borzello, Maker became the first 5-star prospect to commit to a historically Black college or university since the network's recruiting database began in 2007.
247Sports' composite rankings had Maker ranked as the No. 4 center and No. 18 overall player in the 2020 class.
B/R's Jonathan Wasserman doesn't have Maker among the top 50 players in the 2021 draft class on his most recent big board.
A groin injury limited Maker to just two games during the 2020-21 season. Howard announced in February it was canceling the remainder of its season because of ongoing COVID-19 issues within the program.
The 6'11" center averaged 11.5 points and 6.0 rebounds in his two appearances.