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Draft Updates: Thomas, Smart, Nash, Saric, Burke

As we look forward to what should be a fun Final Four in the NCAA Tournament this weekend, let's check in on the latest updates on the 2013 NBA draft….

  • Memphis forward Adonis Thomas will forgo his last two years of NCAA eligibility and enter the draft, coach Josh Pastner confirmed to L. Jason Smith of the Memphis Commercial Appeal (Twitter link). Thomas, who will hire an agent, is ranked just outside of Chad Ford's top 100 list at, and Jeff Goodman of (Twitter link) questions his decision to leave Memphis.

Earlier updates:

  •'s Chad Ford isn't ruling out the possibility that the No. 2 prospect on his board, Marcus Smart, returns to Oklahoma State, but Jeff Goodman of says Smart is leaning toward declaring for the draft. Within the same tweet, Goodman adds that Smart's teammate, LeBryan Nash, will remain in school.
  • Croatian prospect Dario Saric will enter the draft, reports Ford. The 18-year-old is being eyed as a "potential sleeper" by a number of teams, according to the scribe.
  • Michigan's Trey Burke is up to 7th on's big board, and could continue to rise with a strong performance against Syracuse this Saturday, according to Ford.
  • Gary Harris of Michigan State is believed to be leaning toward returning to school and undergoing shoulder surgery this summer, says Ford.
  • Multiple sources tell Ford that Kelly Olynyk is expected to declare for the '13 draft, though the Gonzaga big man hasn't made it official yet.
  • College coaches and players are aware that the NCAA's April 16th withdrawal deadline is relatively meaningless, writes's Andy Katz. Last month, we passed along Jonathan Givony's explanation for why that's the case.
  • Isaiah Sykes of Central Florida will declare for the draft, but won't hire an agent, giving him an opportunity to withdraw, tweets Goodman.

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