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April 9, 2007 at 1:37 PM

Cal’s Hardin declares for draft

Cal junior center DeVon Hardin, who missed the entire conference season after suffering a stress fracture in his foot, announced today he is declaring for the NBA Draft. Here’s the official release.
But like Spencer Hawes, he said he won’t hire an agent and could return.
I don’t think this will do much to impact Hawes’ ultimate decision, however, as Hardin isn’t held in quite the same light by NBA scouts.
Hardin becomes the third Pac-10 underclassmen to officially declare for the draft, the others being Hawes and Marcus Williams of Arizona. Williams said he will hire an agent, meaning he can’t return.
Here’s a list from NBAdraft.net of players who have declared and those who are still considering it.

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