Mykhailiuk had until 11:59 pm ET tonight to make a decision.
The Ukraine native was projected to go anywhere from the middle of the second round to undrafted, but one team reportedly talked to him about a potential draft promise. He didn't get that promise, which is why he's returning to school.
The 6-foot-8, 205-pound sharpshooter played well in his first year as a starter for Kansas, averaging 9.8 points while shooting just under 40 percent from three-point range.
That shooting and his size intrigues NBA scouts, but called on him to improve as a defender. Teams also love his experience. Despite being a junior, he will only turn 20 years old in June, meaning he'll have four years of college experience - along with international play for Ukraine - on his resume, but be the same age as a sophomore.Back to the Kansas Jayhawks Newsfeed