Jordan McRae will return to Tennessee for senior season


Tennessee junior Jordan McRae won't enter the NBA draft.

First-team All-SEC guard Jordan McRae will return to the Tennessee Volunteers for his senior season, according to a statement released by the university on Saturday (via the Associated Press).

For more on this story, head over to Rocky Top Talk.

McRae scored 15.7 points per game during the 2012-13 season and raised the bar during conference play, scoring 19.2 points per game in SEC contests. McRae's reason for deciding not to enter the NBA Draft is simple:

"I'm not ready for my experience at Tennessee to be over."

The 6'5, 178-pound swingman out of Midway, Ga., seeked evaluation from the NBA's undergraduate advisory committee, per the AP. He didn't end the season on a positive note, scoring just 16 points on 6-of-27 shooting in losses to Alabama in the SEC Tournament and Mercer in the NIT.

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