AURORA, Neb. -- A former central Nebraska high school basketball standout is testing the NBA Draft waters.

Current South Dakota State standout former Aurora All-Stater Baylor Scheierman announced on Twitter that he is declaring for the NBA Draft. He said he currently maintaining his college eligibility.

A 2019 graduate of Aurora High School, Scheierman earned Class B All-State honors each of his final two seasons. Scheierman averaged 22.1 points, 9.8 rebounds and 6.5 assists per game while leading the Huskies to the state tournament. He also led Aurora to a Class C-1 state football title as the Huskies' quarterback, throwing for nearly 4,000 yards and 59 passing touchdowns as a senior in 2018.

In three seasons at South Dakota State, Scheierman has scored 1,114 points. He was named First Team All-Summit League each of the past two seasons. He averaged 16.2 points per game for the Jackrabbits this season while leading SDSU to the NCAA Tournament.

Scheierman was one of four Nebraska natives on the Jackrabbits, who are coached by former Wayne State College standout Eric Henderson.