Last week, Ohio State rising senior guard Kam Williams declared for the 2017 NBA Draft without an agent.
But according to reports, after about a week, Buckeye coach Thad Matta said Williams has decided to return to the team for his final season.
Ohio State's Kam Williams will return to school for his senior season, per Thad Matta. Entered 2017 NBA Draft process without an agent.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) May 1, 2017
In his redshirt junior season, Williams started 29 of 32 games, averaged 9.4 points and 2.1 rebounds, knocked down 50 3-pointers and led the team with a 91.9 free throw percentage.
To declare for the draft, all Williams had to do was send a letter to the NBA by April 23, which he did. If he wished to withdraw, as an underclassman he had to by May 24, but obviously he made his decision to return way before then.
Williams returns as the elder statesman of the guard position for the Buckeyes with four rising juniors behind him.