SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) -Wofford point guard Drew Gibson withdrew from the NBA draft Wednesday and will return to school for his senior season.
Gibson did not hire an agent, making him eligible to pull out of this month's draft before the Monday deadline.
Gibson had a couple of pro workouts and Wofford coach Mike Young said going through the process gave the player a sense of what he needs to work on during the summer.
``We are delighted to have Drew back as we assumed we would when we discussed this back in March,'' Young said.
Gibson averaged 12.8 points a game last season. He led the team with 136 assists.

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