After a CBS Sports report indicated that Kam Williams would remove his name from the NBA draft and return to Ohio State for his senior season, the guard has apparently refuted the claim on Twitter while not ruling out the possibility.

Early this morning, CBS’ Jon Rothstein wrote on Twitter that “Ohio State's Kam Williams will return to school for his senior season, per Thad Matta.” But then about two hours later, Williams wrote, “I have not withdrawn anything."

The 6-2, 185-pound shooting guard from Baltimore, Maryland, submitted his name as an underclassman but did not hire an agent. Doing so allows underclassmen to explore their draft stock and earn a workout for an NBA team while retaining their eligibility should they desire to return to school.

“He’s not going to hire an agent,” his father, Kevin Williams, told The Dispatch last week. “He’s just going to go out there, get some workouts as opposed to working out on his own or working out with the coaches. And if you know Kam like I know Kam, you’ll find him in the gym pretty much any time he’s not in class.”

In 32 games including a career-high 29 starts, Williams averaged 9.4 points per game as a redshirt junior while shooting 37.6 percent from three-point range. He is a career 39.0 percent three-point shooter at Ohio State and has hit five threes in four different games.

Williams has played in 102 games for the Buckeyes, averaging 7.6 points per game.

As a fifth-year player, Williams would be the oldest player on the Ohio State roster. That went to fellow fourth-year player Trevor Thompson last year, but the center has declared for the draft and signed with an agent.

Neither player was included among the initial invitees to the NBA draft combine, and neither has appeared in any major mock draft.

Players who do not sign with an agent have until May 24 to decide if they want to return to college.