Trey Burke has made a decision about his future and he's ready to announce it.
Burke will have a news conference Sunday at Michigan.
The Associated Press college basketball player of the year is expected to say he's skipping his last two seasons of college to enter the NBA draft.
Burke averaged 18.6 points — almost four points more than he did as a freshman — and 6.7 assists last season. He led the Wolverines to the NCAA championship game for the first time in two decades. The 6-foot, 190-pound point guard thought about going pro a year ago after helping Michigan win its first Big Ten title since 1986, but chose to come back to campus for his sophomore season.