Tyger Campbell revealed Wednesday that he still has not decided on whether or not he will return for UCLA next season. The Bruins’ star point guard still has a covid-19 eligibility year remaining should he wish to use it.

Campbell has been one of the best point guards in the country for some time now. He’s averaging 12.5 points per game and 4.7 assists per game at just 5-foot-11, and he’s one of UCLA’s best 3-point shooters. he also adds veteran experience to a team looking to make it back to the Final Four for the 2nd time in the past 4 years.

Campbell and the Bruins are back in action against Arizona State Thursday before ending the season against Arizona Saturday.

Tyger Campbell’s draft outlook

History says Campbell will weigh his options and gauge where he would be selected in the upcoming NBA Draft to finalize his decision. If his projected position is not favorable, especially with the NIL landscape how it is today, he may stay for a final ride.

It’s hard to assume where Campbell would go in the upcoming NBA draft, but it’s unlikely to be 1st round based off his size alone. He is, however, far too talented to go undrafted and would likely be selected in the 2nd round.

The decision is his and his alone. For now, he and UCLA are focusing on finishing the season strong.