Harrison had said in the days following CU's season-ending loss to Oregon in the first round of the NIT that he wanted to make a decision about his future as a Buff and then stick with it. Underclassmen have until May 10 to declare themselves eligible, but can rescind that decision by June 17 as long as they don't hire an agent.
Harrison has already filled out the paperwork for the draft, but isn't ready to finalize his future plans.
"I have sent in the underclassmen application to the NBA and I'm continuing to gather information in regard to my future," he said in a prepared statement. "I have decided not to make any commitment at this time."
Patton reiterated those thoughts in the same statement: "David is just gathering as much information about everything in his future, including his possible position in the draft."
The affable Harrison has remarked publicly on numerous occasions that he enjoys the college experience in Boulder. If he left early, he would be the second player at CU to do so in the past seven years, following Chauncey Billups, who entered the draft after his sophomore year in 1997.