Here we go again, it's April and John Wall is allegedly indecisive about his future.
The Raleigh prodigy told reporters in Indianapolis on Thursday that he hasn't made up his mind about the NBA draft, where he's expected to be the No. 1 overall pick.
"It may seem like any easy decision," Wall said Thursday, "but college is a great experience. I didn't think it'd be this fun."
Good for Wall, who led Kentucky to 35 wins and the Final Eight as a freshman, if he wants to stay in college, but did anyone really think this kid would make an easy decision?
As worldly as Wall's skills are on the court, his penchant for the dramatic off the court matches it. Duke, N.C. State, Memphis, Oregon (?), Miami (?), UNC (for one phone call from the Final Four) and even N.C. Central ( for a fleeting moment) were all allegedly in the mix for Wall's services out of high school.
Shortly after John Calipari left Memphis for Kentucky, Wall magically ended up with the Wildcats, with a class full of other gifted freshmen. (World Wide who?)
Underclassmen have until April 25 to declare for the draft and until May 8 to pull out. Expect Wall, in his best Mariah Carey act, to take every possible second to make his final decision.