Aaron Henry viewed as second-round prospect in NBA Draft as decision looms
Last offseason, Aaron Henry waited until late August to make his final decision as to whether to stay in the NBA Draft or return to Michigan State for another season.
As he prepares to make that decision again this offseason, Michigan State fans and coaches won’t have to wait until the end of the summer to find out the answer.
But Henry still hasn’t been in a hurry to announce at least his initial decision as to whether to enter his name into the 2021 NBA Draftraft.
Henry figures to be the lone Michigan State player with a decision to make as to whether or not to enter the draft.
So far, there’s been nothing but silence. Heney wasn’t made available to the media following the Spartans’ NCAA Tournament loss to UCLA and hasn’t publicly addressed his future since.
He doesn’t need to be in any sort of hurry, though. The NBA’s deadline for players to apply isn’t until May 30.
And if he does declare for the draft, he should be in a better position than last season, when …
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