Another likely lottery pick has made his intentions known. Indiana freshman wing Romeo Langford told ESPN's Jonathan Givony on Thursday he will enter the 2019 NBA draft.

“I plan on officially declaring for the draft next week,” he said.

Langford, a consensus top-five recruit in the high school class of 2018, had a strong freshman campaign for the Hoosiers despite playing through injury for the majority of the season. He averaged 16.5 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 2.3 assists per game en route to All Big 10 Second-Team honors. He was also named to the conference's All-Freshman Team.

Langford is set to have surgery to repair a torn ligament in his thumb next week. He originally suffered the injury in late November, but doctors only discovered the severity of it in recent weeks. The 19-year-old believes the thumb injury contributed to his poor 27.2 percent shooting from beyond the arc at Indiana.

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“I think it's fair to say that we never got a chance to see me at my best at the college level, especially since I've been playing with basically a cast on my thumb the whole season,” Langford told ESPN. “Obviously that throws off your shot. Even though I didn't shoot as well as I'm capable of, I feel like I shot the ball pretty well in the second half of the season.”

At 6-foot-6 with a long wingspan and strong body, Langford, an elite finisher around the rim, has been on the radar of NBA scouts for years to due to his ability to create offense with the ball in his hands and check multiple positions. He's expected to make a full recovery from surgery in time go through the pre-draft workout process.