The NBA's decision to extend the deadline for withdrawing from its draft until Wednesday gave college basketball's top players more time to make up their minds.
Many of those stars have decided to return to school — and that should have a major impact on next season's push for the Final Four.
National champion Villanova might have been the biggest beneficiary, as star guard Josh Hart and Kris Jenkins, whose buzzer-beating 3 gave the Wildcats the title over North Carolina, have decided to come back to school.
Oregon won't sneak up on anyone next season with Dillon Brooks and Tyler Dorsey returning to Eugene. But Kansas will look to reload after losing Wayne...