NCAA's draft rule is not working
Originally Published: November 17, 2005By Jay Bilas | Special to ESPN Insider
- To throw a bone to youngsters with an unreasonable yearning to bolt early to the NBA, the NCAA promulgated a rule a few years ago that an underclassman may submit his name for the NBA draft, and if he withdraws his name at least a week before the draft -- or goes undrafted -- he still may come back and be eligible to play again in college.
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