AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Bryce Brown, former Auburn shooting guard, has agreed to an Exhibit 10 contract with the Boston Celtics.

“Signing this deal means a lot to me because I went undrafted,” Brown said. “Thirty teams didn’t want to take a shot on me. I feel like this is a great opportunity to prove myself once again.

Under this contract, Brown received an invitation to the Celtics’ training camp and will join the NBA G League affiliate Maine Red Claws during their upcoming season.

“We met both ways and I could possibly move up one day to the main squad. I’m just very appreciative of the opportunity and am counting my blessings," Brown said.

Brown is the third member of Auburn's Final Four squad to sign a contract with an NBA team. He joins Jared Harper and Chuma Okeke as the first trio of Tigers to sign NBA contracts in the same draft class since Mike Jones, Jeff Moore and Chris Morris in 1988.