To declare or not to declare, that is the question.
The 2014 NBA draft class has been dubbed by some as potentially the best draft class in history. This group of talented freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors could make for an extremely intriguing night on June 26, that is, if the likes of Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker and Julius Randle actually declare.
Noah Vonleh, T.J. Warren and Tyler Ennis have been the first star underclassmen to reveal their future plans, and more are likely to follow suit.
But some players who fans think are shoe-ins to leave college early may be better off staying for another year.
Here are 10 underclassmen who would be better off dominating the college ranks until 2015 before turning pro.