Sophomore guard Jordan Adams
will enter the NBA Draft, according to sources.
Adams, who was UCLA's leading scorer last season at 17 points per game, had announced publicly a week ago he would return for his junior season.
Saturday he went back on that decision.
Sources are indicating he changed his mind due to certain personal concerns on the impact of staying in college another year.
It's a considerable blow to UCLA's basketball program for the 2014-2015 season, having already lost sophomore point guard Kyle Anderson and freshman guard Zach LaVine to the NBA Draft.
One week after announcing he was returning, sophomore guard Jordan Adams changed his mind and will enter the 2105 NBA Draft...
The team's leading scorer, Jordan Adams, joins two other teammates in leaving early...