Syracuse point guard Jonny Flynn will sign with an agent, a newspaper reported Monday.
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Flynn, a 6-foot sophomore, said last week that he planned to enter his name in the NBA draft but had not yet hired an agent. However, The Post-Standard in Syracuse reported Flynn is expected to sign with Leon Rose, the agent for NBA star LeBron James.
Attempts to reach Flynn and his family were unsuccessful.
On Tuesday, The Associated Press reported that Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim said Flynn might not be headed to the NBA.
Boeheim said Flynn's status is "kind of up in the air."
Boeheim also said Syracuse juniors Eric Devendorf and Paul Harris are virtual locks to leave after the two previously said they will enter the draft, but Flynn might still opt to come back to school.
Flynn averaged 17.4 points and 6.7 assists per game as a sophomore. He set a school record by playing 1,418 minutes in the just-concluded season.
If he does not sign with an agent, Flynn would retain the ability to remove his name from the draft by June 15.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.