Representatives from Texas are in deep discussions with VCU's Shaka Smart about becoming the Longhorns' next head coach, and Texas officials will be surprised if he doesn't eventually accept an offer, a source told CBSSports.com on Wednesday afternoon.
Every year, college players have to make a choice as to whether or no they want to stay or go for the NBA. For some it's easy, but other decisions are much more complicated. Here is a full list of every player that has announced his intentions regarding the NBA Draft.
Kansas wing Kelly Oubre will enter the NBA Draft. In a video released by the Kansas athletic department, Oubre announced his decision to move forward into the NBA and thanked the university and its fans for the support.
Maryland will get a second season of Melo Trimble. The freshman sensation announced in a release from the school on Wednesday that he will stick around College Park for his sophomore season instead of foregoing his final three seasons to enter the NBA Draft.