Isaac Haas will go through NBA draft exploration process

Brian Neubert, GoldandBlack.com staff
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Tom Campbell

Purdue center Isaac Haas will go through the NBA draft exploration process this spring, but will not hire an agent.

The 7-foot-2, 280-plus-pound junior passed on the opportunity to go through the process last spring, but will this time around, perceived as the most likely of Purdue's entries to return next season.

Haas averaged 12.6 points as a junior, matching Vincent Edwards for second-most on the team, but he did so in less than 20 minutes per game. Haas shot 59 percent from the floor and averaged five rebounds per game for the Big Ten champion Boilermakers.

Haas has until 5 p.m. May 24 to decide whether or not to remain in the draft or return to the Boilermakers for his senior season.

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