It kind of leaves you wondering if Vanderbilt is seriously considering a return to Kentucky for his sophomore season. Vanderbilt will not participate in the National Basketball Association combine that runs Wednesday through Sunday in Chicago.
Late Tuesday, Jarred Vanderbilt, sent out a vague Tweet that leaves True Blue Fans wondering what it could mean for next season.
"I've decided not to attend the National Basketball Association combine", Vanderbilt wrote. I'm still weighing options and working my way through the decision process.
Vanderbilt is the 63rd-ranked prospect in the draft, according to ESPN.
The 6-foot-9 forward played in just 14 games last season as he dealt with two separate foot injuries. He was one of the breakout players of March, leading MI to a Big Ten title and a surprise run to the NCAA championship game."Wagner (6-foot-11, 245 pounds) led MI in scoring (15 points) and rebounding (7.3) in the NCAA Tournament".
Players who have not signed with an agent have until May 30 to go back to school and The following is a look at the schools who could be most impacted by Combine results.