Hunter Dickinson is considering Kentucky, but the Michigan transfer is reportedly waiting to see if Wildcats star Oscar Tshiebwe will return to Lexington.

Matt Jones of Kentucky Sports Radio said on Monday’s show that Dickinson would “love” to play at Kentucky but only if Tshiebwe does not return to Lexington for a final season, On3 Sports noted.

Tshiebwe is testing the NBA Draft waters, and has until May 31 to decide whether or not to return to school. Dickinson would like to make a decision this week, however, Tshiebwe wants to take his time with the NBA Draft evaluation process.

“[Kentucky] would love to have Oscar back but Oscar is wanting to wait until the end to decide and Hunter wants to make a decision,” Jones reported. “So Kentucky is hoping Oscar will make his decision this week so that whatever happens they don’t lose Dickinson in the process.”

Dickinson was expected to meet with Kentucky in the beginning of April, but has also drawn interest from other programs, including Maryland, Georgetown and Kansas.

Dickinson averaged 18 points and 9 rebounds per game this past season as a junior for the Wolverines, and added 1.8 blocks per game.