Arizona freshman Aaron Gordon is not expected to play another season for the Wildcats.
A source close to the family of the former Archbishop Mitty-San Jose star told this newspaper Sunday night that no decision is expected for another week or two. Earlier Sunday, Yahoo Sports reported in a tweet that Gordon will declare for the NBA draft unless he has a "stunning change of mind."
CBSsports.com said multiple sources had long reported that Gordon would play only one season at Arizona but that there is no timetable for a formal announcement. Several mock drafts have Gordon as a top-seven pick.
The 6-foot-9 forward averaged 12.4 points and 8.0 rebounds per game this season after getting eight points and 18 rebounds Saturday in a 64-63 loss to Wisconsin in the NCAA tournament.
Kansas: Freshman Andrew Wiggins confirmed to the Kansas City Star that he will officially declare for the NBA draft in a news conference on campus Monday.
"(It's) a pretty special feeling," older brother Nick, a senior at Wichita State, told the newspaper in a text message Sunday night.
Wiggins was mum about his future a week earlier after Kansas was upset in the NCAA tournament by Stanford. But he often had indicated he'd spend just one season with the Jayhawks. He averaged 17.1 points and 5.9 rebounds and is expected to be among the top three picks in the draft.
Kansas freshman Joel Embiid, who is still mulling his own draft decision, will not join Wiggins at Monday's news conference. A report at Yahoo Sports last week said Embiid was leaving early for the draft, but Embiid responded that he has yet to make a decision.
Arizona: Authorities said 15 people were arrested Saturday night in Tucson, Ariz., after fans hurled beer bottles and firecrackers at police officers, who then used pepper spray to disperse the crowd. Several hundred Arizona fans clashed with police in the streets after the Wildcats' loss to Wisconsin in the NCAA tournament.
No officers were hurt, but three people who were arrested had minor injuries in the unrest that lasted more than an hour, police said. Meanwhile, officials at the University of Arizona vowed to punish any students who participated in the fracas.
The melee resembled what happened in 2001, when police arrested 17 people after Arizona lost to Duke in the title game. But in that clash, a student lost an eye after he was struck by a beanbag filled with lead birdshot fired by Tucson police and around 22 businesses suffered some damage.
Staff writer Darren Sabedra and The Associated Press contributed to this report.