N.C. State guard T.J. Warren, perhaps college basketball's best scorer, has announced he will enter the 2014 NBA Draft.

Warren is projected as a late lottery pick in Sporting News' latest mock draft. The 6-8 Warren helped his cause down the stretch of the season with 19 straight 20-point games and 31 over the course of the season.

Warren posted final averages of 24.9 points and 7.2 rebounds and was named ACC Player of the Year, beating out Duke freshmen Jabari Parker, who is expected to land at the top of this draft he does decide to leave school.

Warren earned the honor, becoming only the third player in ACC history to lead the league in scoring and shooting percentage.

“I would like to thank my coaches and teammates at NC State for allowing me to compete for this great university," Warren said. "It’s been a fun ride the last few years. I’ve had some great experiences and now I feel I’m ready to play at the next level. Playing in the NBA has been a lifelong dream of mine and playing at NC State has prepared me well to achieve my dream.”