Our 'Sweet' Caroline to Come Back for Senior Year

Our 'Sweet' Caroline to Come Back for Senior Year

RENO, Nev. - After entering the NBA Draft without an agent, Nevada Forward Jordan Caroline has decided to return to school for his senior season. Caroline averaged 17.7 points, 8.6 rebounds, and 2.2 assists during his junior campagin while picking up First Team All-Mountain West and being named to the MW All-Tournament Team for the second consecutive season. 

Coach Musselman on Jordan's decision, "We are very excited for Jordan to have gone through the experience of getting NBA feedback and the experience of going through the interviews and NBA draft workouts. This experience will truly benefit jordan for this upcoming season and for his career. Jordan really impressed NBA teams with his competitnvess and his perimeter skills. As a program, we can't wait to start our Pack Summer Player Development Camp and have Jordan be a part of that during summer school." Mussleman continued, "Jordan has the ability to play three position for us and we plan on him focusing his skill set as a small forward. Jordan and I have been together for all three years here at Nevada and we believe this summer is crucial for our team."

Caroline was invited to work out for Oklahoma City Thunder on May 6th, Brooklyn Nets on May 9th, Lakers on May 21st, and Cavaliers on the 26th.