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April 1, 2007 at 8:13 PM

Denver Post says Hawes “leading toward” draft

Marc J. Spears of the Denver Post, in his weekly news and notes from around the NBA column, writes today that Spencer Hawes is one of several underclassmen said to be “leaning toward” entering the draft.
I’m assuming that’s what Spears is gleaning from the NBA side of things.
That jibes with much of what we are hearing. As we reported here last week, Hawes expects to meet with UW coach Lorenzo Romar early this week to discuss his future, with the conventional wisdom being that he is likely to declare for the draft, but without hiring an agent.
That would allow him to participate in tryout camps, go through workouts, etc., but with the option of returning to college. As we noted here last week, Hawes is enrolled for the spring semester and has been attending informal team workouts.
For what it’s worth, Draftexpress.com, in its latest mock draft, has Hawes going No. 7.

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