Maryland power forward Bruno Fernando announced Wednesday that he will remain in the 2019 NBA Draft and bypass his final two seasons of college eligibility.”After further consideration, I have decided to place my entire focus on the NBA Draft as I pursue my dream of playing basketball at the highest level,” Fernando said in a statement. “I want to thank every member of the Maryland community, especially my teammates, Coach (Mark) Turgeon and the coaching staff, for making my time here special and everything my family and I could have hoped for. I will always consider Maryland a home away from home.”The 6-foot-10 Fernando is a possible lottery pick, with nbadraft.net currently pegging him as the No. 12 overall selection.Fernando led the Big Ten with 22 double-doubles during a strong sophomore season in which he averaged 13.6 points and 10.6 rebounds. His 362 boards were the fourth-highest single-season mark in Maryland history.