Virginia Tech's star forward Keve Aluma took to Twitter on Monday afternoon to announce he is officially entering the 2022 NBA Draft and hiring an agent so he will be forgoing his remaining college eligibility. Aluma had one year of eligibility remaining after Covid granted everyone an extra season but Keve has decided to move on and pursue professional opportunities.

Aluma transferred to Virginia Tech to follow head coach Mike Young and there weren't many accolades surrounding him as he got limited minutes while at Wofford. Aluma redshirted his first season in Blacksburg to transform his game and will leave Virginia Tech as one of the most decorated players in recent school history. Keve has been instrumental in the Hokies success and was a key player in Virginia Tech getting their first-ever ACC Championship.