SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) -Gonzaga guard Jeremy Pargo has declared himself eligible for the NBA draft but is reserving the option of returning for his senior season by not hiring an agent.
In a statement released Tuesday by Gonzaga, Pargo said going through the draft's early entry process will be a great learning experience.
As long as he doesn't hire an agent, the junior guard is eligible to withdraw his name from draft consideration until June 16. The draft is set for June 26 in New York City. The early entry deadline is April 27.
Pargo was the West Coast Conference player of the year and an Associated Press All-America honorable mention. He averaged 12.1 points, 6 assists and 3.7 rebounds.
Gonzaga coach Mark Few said he's confident that Pargo ``will make an educated and thoughtful decision.''

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