The Hoosiers' star is staying in the NBA Draft.
Indiana sophomore big man Thomas Bryant won't be returning to the Hoosiers' for his junior season.
Bryant, who declared for the NBA Draft without signing an agent, has elected to stay in the draft, according to a report by Scout.com.
Evan Daniels broke the news.
Indiana's Thomas Bryant will sign with an agent, rather than return to school, a source told Scout.
Bryant, a 6-foot-10 post player out of New York, declared for the NBA Draft on April 11th, but hadn't made up his mind whether he would stay or go.
Bryant informed Archie Miller of his decision late Saturday evening, per a source.
Bryant is a likely second-round pick according to most mock drafts.