Duke's 2017-18 men's basketball season is over. Now, the offseason speculation begins.
The Blue Devils were led, in part, by several star freshmen players this season. All four of them are considered to be top NBA Draft prospects.
Here's the latest on their decisions.
Duke's NBA Draft prospects
NBA Draft projection: Top three pick
What he's said: "I’m not even thinking about it (NBA) right now. This loss is tough, especially playing in a big tournament like this. This is all that’s on my mind right now. Whatever happens after this, we’ll see. We’ll sit down talk about it and take it day by day," Bagley said after Duke's loss to Kansas.
Wendell Carter, Jr.
NBA Draft projection: Top 10 pick
What he's said: Nothing yet, but he's widely expected to declare.
Gary Trent Jr.
NBA Draft projection: Early second round pick
What he's said: Nothing, but there are some who believe he'll opt to return for his sophomore season and lock up first-round status.
NBA Draft projection: Late first/early second round pick
What he's said: Nothing, but most people expect him to declare.
April 22 is the early-entrant deadline. Prospects are allowed to declare and then return to school as long as they don't hire an agent.