Trey Thompkins' career at Georgia is officially over, while Travis Leslie's future is in limbo.
Thompkins, a junior forward, is entering the draft and signing with an agent, he announced through the UGA men's basketball program on Tuesday.
"I have spoken with my family and coaches about my situation, and I feel that it's best for me to forgo my senior season and enter the NBA Draft," Thompkins said in a statement. "I would just like to thank everyone who has supported me in this decision."
"We certainly appreciate Trey's contributions to the program and we wish him well in the pursuit of his dreams," Georgia head coach Mark Fox said in the statement.
Thompkins' decision is not a big surprise, as he is regarded as a likely first-round pick. The 6-foot-9 forward from Lithonia was a first-team All-SEC pick this season, when he led Georgia in scoring and rebounding.
Aran Smith, the president of NBAdraft.net, said scouts have high regard for Thompkins.
"Thompkins is the most skilled bigman in the entire draft," Smith wrote in an e-mail. "He's a virtual lock first rounder who should find a spot in the mid-teens to early 20s. His polish and offensive touch are ideal for the NBA game. Despite being just an average athlete and having an average year by his standards, his length and skill level makes him intriguing to scouts."
Meanwhile, Leslie is also entering the draft, but he's not closing the door on a return to Georgia.
The Georgia junior will not sign with an agent, preserving the right to come back for his senior year. Leslie has until May 8 to pull his name from the draft.
"Travis has exercised his right to 'test the waters' as a junior," head coach Mark Fox said in a statement. "We will help him manage that process in a timely manner."