NBA Draft 2012: Trey Burke May Declare, According To Report

The father of Michigan point guard Trey Burke is disputing a CBS Sports report that his son is declaring for the NBA Draft by declaring his son hasn't yet left the Wolverines. He's using everyone's favorite platform to dispute published reports:

If Burke is indeed turning pro, it would be the second consecutive year Michigan has lost its point guard to the NBA. In the 2011-'12 season, Burke averaged 14.8 points, 4.6 assists and 3.5 rebounds after replacing Darius Morris, who left early at the end of the 2010-'11 season.

Three Michigan players have transfered out of the program since the Wolverines' first-round exit in the NCAA Tournament ended a 24-10 campaign. Despite the attrition, Michigan is considered a dark horse Final Four pick next season due to a loaded incoming freshman class.

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