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 TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -Alabama forward Alonzo Gee will remove his name from the NBA draft list and return for his senior season.
Gee said Thursday that he learned a lot from exploring his draft status, but will play for the Crimson Tide next season.
He averaged nearly 15 points and seven rebounds as a junior, starting every game.
Guard Ronald Steele and forward Richard Hendrix have also submitted their names for the NBA draft. Both have been invited to the NBA's pre-draft camp in Orlando, The Birmingham News reported Thursday.
Like Gee, they have the option of returning because they haven't signed with an agent.
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