I have enjoyed everyone's thoughts on whether to stay in the draft or return to college based on the likelihood of being able to play in college, the NBA, G League, Europe or where ever else. I think, ultimately, the ability to play (or workout to continue develop your game) in one of these spots next year will be the primary decision driver, because...Loren Tate just mentioned on the radio that Kofi was not invited.
Just from a numbers standpoint, logically, if there are only 60 (maybe 70) out of the list of 105 US players invited, plus the 42 international players, that puts the total at 102, minimum. There are 30 NBA teams and 2 draft rounds, so that would suggest your odds of being drafted are 60/102 = 59%.
But, if you know you are not a first rounder, your odds are really 30/72 =42% for being drafted in the second round, or even lower at 30/82 = 37% if 70 people are invited out of the 105. Even lower if you figure that some teams draft kids that weren't even invited. Not good odds, imo. If it were me, I would need a really solid indication (can you get something that is in writing that is contractually binding to this effect? I doubt I'd do that if I were an NBA exec, but you never know unless you ask, right?) from one (preferably 2) of the teams to the effect that "hey kid, if you are still available when we draft in the second round, we will for sure draft you! No question!" Except that you may still go undrafted, and hear something like "Sorry kid, I know we told you we'd draft you, be we had no idea (insert name here) would still be available, and couldn't pass him up."
Only a few more days and we will know for sure.