Michigan forward D.J. Wilson's Michigan career appears to be over as he will be remaining in the NBA Draft, according to a report.
According to Jonathan Givony of Draftexpress.com, he says that Wilson will not return to U-M and will keep his name in the NBA Draft, thus ending his collegiate career.
Wilson was one of two Wolverines exploring their draft options, with fellow forward Wagner announcing that he will return to U-M. Today is the final day to withdraw from NBA Draft consideration.
According to Draft Express' latest mock draft, it lists Wilson as going No. 30 overall to the Utah Jazz. Sports Illustrated, who also released its latest mock draft, lists Wilson going No. 24 overall to the Jazz. The Jazz were the only team Wilson worked out for due to a quad injury in May.
Wilson finished the 2016-17 season averaging 11 points and 5.34 rebounds per game.