Trevon Brazile is not done playing college basketball.

Brazile decided to test the NBA Draft waters this spring after the 2023-24 season, but has elected to withdraw and return to college, his agent told Jeff Goodman.

A 6-10 forward from Springfield, Missouri, Brazile began his college basketball career at Mizzou.

As a Tiger, Brazille played in 25 games, making 23 starts. He made 53.4% of his field goal attempts, the highest mark of his career. Brazile averaged 6.6 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.9 blocks over 21.5 minutes per game as a freshman.

Brazile transferred to Arkansas ahead of the 2022-23 campaign. He played in just 9 games before his sophomore season ended prematurely due to a torn ACL. He did not make any starts that season, but saw his playing time increase to 27 minutes per game before the injury.

Last season, Brazile made 26 appearances for the Razorbacks, starting 23 times. Playing 25.7 minutes per game, he averaged 8.6 points, 5.9 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game.

What’s next for Brazile?

In addition to sharing the news that Brazile will play college basketball this fall, Goodman described Brazile’s future as “wide-open” regarding his next team.

Brazile made his decision on April 8 shortly after the John Calipari news. At the time, Brazile was complimentary of Calipari, but made it clear that he was focused on his own future.

“I’m 100 percent into the draft,” Brazile told ESPN in April. “Arkansas made a big hire with John Calipari. I’m happy for the program, but the main thing for me is keeping a one-track mind. I am going out for my dreams in the NBA.”

On social media, there were mentions of Brazile following former Arkansas coach Eric Musselman to USC. Musselman, though, was busy in the portal while Brazile was testing the NBA Draft waters. Earlier this month, Ryan Young of TrojanSports.com noted that the USC basketball roster is at capacity with 13 scholarship players after adding 10 transfers.

Two months ago after the opening of the spring hoops portal window, Brazile may find limited options for his 2024-25 home.