I could see him looking into the draft after this year assuming he continues to put up good numbers and Butler goes on a win streak. The new draft declaration rules allow for more flexibility in pursuing the draft and going back to school. For some perspective though, Kelan Martin is ranked 67th...in the Sophomore class by DraftExpress: http://www.draftexpress.com/rankings/NCAA-Sophomores/3/ Keep in mind that these rankings are mostly based on potential than actual numbers. Some of the players ranked ahead of him are laughable (Anas Mahmoud from Louisville at #33?...Really?).