Former Oklahoma star Buddy Hield signed with agent Rob Pelinka today, according to Jeff Goodman of ESPN.

The former Michigan guard played with the Fab Five as an integral defensive player, but he’s now famous for representing star athletes, including Kobe Bryant and James Harden. He represents 23 total NBA athletes.

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Hield burst onto the scene as one of the most explosive players of this year’s NCAA season. He averaged 25 points per game, including an incredible 46 points in Oklahoma’s triple-overtime loss to the University of Kansas.

He shot 50 percent from the field and 45.7 percent from three-point range, averaging four treys per game. With a 215-pound frame and an effortless stroke, Hield is a physical player expected to go early in the first round following LSU’s Ben Simmons and Duke’s Brandon Ingram.