Mar 4, 2014; Lexington, KY, USA; Kentucky Wildcats guard Aaron Harrison (2) and guard Andrew Harrison (5) during the game against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the second half at Rupp Arena. Kentucky defeated Alabama 55-48. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

NBA Draft rumors: Kentucky's Harrison twins still waiting to make decision

One of the biggest questions remaining in the 2014 NBA Draft is whether or not the Harrison twins from Kentucky, Aaron and Andrew, will be leaving the Wildcats after just one year in order to take their talents to the next level.

The Harrisons have yet to make an official decision, and it appears that one will not be coming until they hear back from the NBA on where they rank as prospects and where they could be selected.
“I just sent the paperwork in two or three days ago,” said their father, Aaron Harrison Sr, via My FOX Houston. “I talked to a gentleman at the NBA and he said he would get it to me as fast as possible and then we’ll go from there.

“It’s important. You’re trying to find out what the prospects are for them and where they’ll be drafted and all those things.”

The Harrisons will have until April 27 to declare for the 2014 draft, and they will have plenty of work to do over the next week to determine their future.

“We are probably midway,” said Aaron Harrison Sr. We got to make a decision here in the next six or seven days anyway, but we’ve sat down and had one or two conversations about it and had some prayer about it, but that’s pretty much where we’re at.

“They’re not leaning either way.”

If the twins want to become high draft picks, their best decision will likely be to head back to school. As it currently stands, both players are currently ranked outside of the top 30 prospects and would likely fall into the second-round.

We will learn their decision over the next few days, but until then John Calipari and the Wildcat Nation will just need to wait.

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