How Wildcats stack up as NBA Draft deadline nears

2013-04-26T12:09:00Z 2013-04-26T12:10:20Z How Wildcats stack up as NBA Draft deadline nearsBruce Pascoe Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
April 26, 2013 12:09 pm  • 

Andre Roberson apparently can't decide whether or not to return to Colorado, canceling a news conference this morning to discuss his future, but he'll have to figure it out by Sunday.

That's the last date players can declare to enter the NBA draft early.

So far in the Pac-12, the scoreboard looks like this (among the top-rated prospects by Draft Express):

Arizona

Gone: Grant Jerrett (Fr.)

Back: Brandon Ashley (Fr.)

ASU:

Back: Jahii Carson (Fr.)

CAL

Gone: Allen Crabbe (Jr.)

COLORADO

Back: Spencer Dinwiddie (So.)

Undecided: Andre Roberson (Jr.)

OREGON STATE

Back: Devon Collier (Jr.), Eric Moreland (So.)

STANFORD

Back: Dwight Powell (Jr.)

UCLA

Gone: Shabazz Muhammad (Fr.)

Back: Kyle Anderson (Fr.)

USC:

Gone: Dewayne Dedmon (Jr.)

WASHINGTON:

Back: C.J. Wilcox (Jr.)

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Draft Express has a full early entry list here and a list of the Top 100 prospects who have declared or remain undecided (Jerrett is No. 72, and Ashley is not on the list because he is staying).

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Kyle Fogg was scoreless but his Rio Grande Valley Vipers won the D-League championship opener at Santa Cruz and now move home for Game 2 in the best-of-three series.

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James Whitford landed his first commitment at Ball State, a guard from Dayton, Ohio.

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