Tramon Mark will play for Arkansas in 2023-24, according to a report.

Mark, who committed to the Razorbacks earlier this offseason, went through the pre-draft process in recent weeks to determine where he will play next season. Ultimately, Mark decided he will return to college basketball for another year.

That’s according to college basketball insider Jon Rothstein, who cited a conversation with Mark’s father.

Mark is a big part of Arkansas star-studded incoming transfer class. He averaged over 10 points per game for No. 1-seeded Houston last season.

He joins an Arkansas back court that will be looking to replace potential lottery picks Anthony Black and Nick Smith Jr.

Arkansas has brought in a number of transfer guards this offseason. It’s possible that Mark, who played small forward for Houston last season, will play up the lineup for the Razorbacks in 2023-24. Arkansas’ new back court is also expected to include transfers like El Ellis, Keyon Menifield and Khalif Battle.

The deadline for college players to withdraw from the 2023 NBA Draft while maintaining eligibility is May 31.