Nearly two months after Kaleb Wesson declared for the 2020 NBA Draft, he has an agent.
Wesson and his brother, Andre, signed with Jelani Floyd of Beyond Athlete Management, Stadium's Jeff Goodman reported on Friday.
Ohio States Kaleb and Andre Wesson have signed with Jelani Floyd of Beyond Athlete Management @beyond_am.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) May 22, 2020
In signing with an NCAA-certified agent, Wesson retains the ability to return to Ohio State for his senior season. The date by which he'll have to make that decision has not been determined since the pandemic pushed back the NBA's calendar. However, sources within the program have consistently told Eleven Warriors that there is no more than a minuscule chance he's back in Columbus for a fourth year, with one person last week ruling the possibility out entirely.
Provided Wesson stays in the 2020 draft pool, he's viewed as a borderline second-round pick. Neither ESPN nor The Athletic included him in their most recent mock drafts, though both publications have him ranked among the top-60 prospects.
Andre Wesson, who spent four seasons as a Buckeye, is also set to begin his professional career. He'll first play with Big X in The Basketball Tournament.