Trey Burke To Return To Michigan Basketball, Spurns NBA Draft

While the weeks following the 2012 NCAA Tournament have featured a flurry of activity as standout players have declared their early entry into the NBA Draft, at least one college basketball star will be returning to school for another year.


Related: Which Players Are Declaring For The 2012 NBA Draft?

According to Dylan Burkhardt of UM Hoops, Michigan Wolverines point guard Trey Burke will be back at the school for his 2012-13 sophomore season. From the official Michigan press release:

"Over the past few weeks, I have spent a lot of time thinking and praying about my future — not just about next year but many years down the road," said Burke. "After gathering information, I am excited to be continuing my education at Michigan as we look to accomplish even more in our 2012-13 season."

Burke may be thinking of next year's NCAA Tournament, since his Wolverines were upset early and bumped out of this year's March Madness before they really had a chance to get going.

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