PROVO, Utah (AP) -BYU forward Jonathan Tavernari will declare for the NBA draft, but will not hire an agent and remain eligible if he decides to return for his senior season.
Tavernari says he wants to see where he compares with other prospects before the draft on June 25.
By not hiring an agent, Tavernari has until June 15 to withdraw his name if he wants to return for his final year of college.
Tavernari averaged 15.7 points last season and led the Cougars with 85 3-pointers.

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