Thompson, Texas, Hamilton, Jose declare for NBA Draft

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Texas player Tristan Thompson, Joseph Hamilton and Cory Jordan have declared for the NBA Draft. Hamilton, a student in front of 6-foot-7, scored in the Longhorns last season led should start with an agent who was signed to immediately end his college eligibility. My family and I have really we have a lot of time with this decision and hopes to have a clear idea of 鈥嬧€媤hat the class this year should the project and where I can be recovered. With all the information that we receive, it is to move better for me to forward now and take advantage of this opportunity, said Hamilton. Thompson, a 6-8 forward, and Joseph, a guard at 6-3, were the two newcomers of last season. They plan to submit their name, but wait signing with an agent, according to Texas authorities. This will allow them to return to Texas, if they so wish. The deadline for underclassmen to the NBA, by putting his name into the NBA on Sunday. The NCAA has been removed 8th May and still justified in the school. I will also continue to collect any information about the status of my project and use this information in the next two weeks to determine whether they keep my name in the project, said Thompson. Decide if Thompson or Joseph, or both, leave Hamilton, that was the lineup for next season for a team from Texas, the number 3 in the rankings achieved and change challenge for Kansas Big 12 title. Kevin Durant may join (FSY) (2007) and leave Avery Bradley (2010) as a rookie, the Longhorns in recent years. Texas is one of the top-ranked recruiting classes, highlighted by the guard Mycke Kabongo. Texas started 11-0 in conference games, before a final 5-5 in the final with a second-round loss to Arizona in the NCAA tournament. Hamilton average 18.6 points last season. Thompson of the Big 12 Rookie of the Year, averaging 13.1 points and 7.8 rebounds and blocked 86 shots. His teammates voted him MVP of the Longhorns. Joseph average of 10.4 points and three assists.