The Memphis Tigers' entire starting lineup last season has declared for the NBA draft now that juniors Antonio Anderson and Robert Dozier have become the last from the 2008 NCAA runner-up to announce.
The school announced Wednesday that neither Anderson and Dozier
is expected to sign with an agent, leaving the possibility of returning for their senior season open.
They join Derrick Rose and Chris Douglas-Roberts as early entries along with senior center Joey Dorsey.
With a deep pool of underclassmen entering the draft, Anderson and Dozier are unlikely to get drafted with their teammates. But Memphis coach John Calipari says Anderson and Dozier will be able to work out for teams, participate in pre-draft camp and get feedback from scouts.