DETROIT -

According to CBS Sports insider Jeff Goodman, Michigan point guard Trey Burke is going to the NBA after his single season with the Wolverines.

However, the college basketball player's father, Benji Burke, tweeted his son is still at the school and has not declared for the pro draft.

"Trey Burke has not declared for the NBA draft," Benji Burke tweeted Wednesday. "He is still enrolled at the University of Michigan."

Rumors have swirled about the sophomore guard joining the NBA next season, but that issue still remains rumors.

Michigan's former starting point guard, Darius Morris, left the team last season and was replaced by Burke who averaged 14.8 points, 4.6 assists and 3.5 rebounds with the Wolverines this season.