Oregon will have two one-and-done players in this year's NBA draft.

Freshman Louis King announced his intentions in a social media post Friday, saying he plans to enter the draft and hire an agent.

"As grateful as I am for the journey that has led me to this point, my family and I have decided the time has come for me to pursue my next dream," King wrote. "This is the one that has driven me since I first started playing basketball as a young kid, and that is to play at the highest level, in the NBA."

The 6-foot-9 King averaged 13.0 points and 5.3 rebounds as a freshman. He scored in double figures in each of Oregon's seven postseason games, finishing the season with 16 points in a Sweet 16 loss to Virginia.

King came to Oregon as a five-star recruit but missed the first seven games of the season while recovering from a knee injury. He's listed as a second-round pick in recent mock drafts, with Sports Illustrated projecting him at pick No. 37 and ESPN projecting him at No. 35.

King joins fellow freshman Bol Bol in declaring for the NBA draft and signing with an agent. Junior Payton Pritchard and sophomore Kenny Wooten have indicated they will explore their draft options as well.

Underclassmen have until May 29 to withdraw from the draft and terminate agent relationships if they choose to return to school. The NBA draft is June 20.