Wiseman is ranked third in ESPN’s most recent mock draft but remains a strong candidate to become the top pick in the June draft.
The formal agreement with an agent officially ends his college career, which concluded with Wiseman deciding to depart college instead of serving a 12-game suspension and repaying $11,500 in moving expenses that his college coach, Penny Hardaway, had provided his family in 2017.
Wiseman, 18, played three games for Memphis — averaging 19.7 points on 77% shooting — before the NCAA’s suspension. With a 7-foot-5 wingspan, Wiseman has shown the ability to be a dominant presence on the offensive and defensive ends of the floor.
Wiseman will start preparing for draft straightway.