Bruin Report Online reported in February that LaVine and his family were favoring the move, and the word is that the family still believes its the best move for his son.
LaVine had been projected by various NBA draft sites as being a potential Lottery pick, but with his second-half slump is now projected as a late first-rounder.
As expected, sophomore point guard Kyle Anderson will also go pro.
As of now, sophomore guard Jordan Adams will return for his junior season. If he gets feedback from the NBA, though, that he could be drafted in the first round there is a possibility Adams could also put his name in the Draft.