Today is the deadline for college basketball players that have NOT hired an agent to withdraw their names from the NBA Draft process and return to school. The process is often used by college players looking to find out just what NBA teams might think of them at this point in their careers. Iowa had two players go through this process. One, Isaiah Moss, has announced he's returning to school.

Moss, who will be a junior at Iowa, said that it was always his intention to return to the Hawkeyes for the upcoming season. He was just looking for some constructive criticism from NBA scouts. Moss was fourth on the Iowa squad scoring 11.1 points per game as a redshirt sophomore.

The other Iowa player still in limbo is forward Tyler Cook. Cook led Iowa in scoring and rebounding last year as a sophomore and declared for the draft shortly after Iowa's season concluded after a disappointing 14-19 season. He has not publicly stated where he is in the decision process.

 

[via IC Press Citizen]