It is that time of the year again when press conferences are set and NBA hopefuls announce their decision to enter the NBA Draft. And news has already broken of a few early-entrants.

Pittsburgh’s first-team All-Big East point guard Ashton Gibbs will reportedly declare for the Draft, but will not hire an agent — leaving the door open to return for his senior year.

In a conference call on Monday, UCLA’s forward Tyler Honeycutt announced his intentions of leaving UCLA for the NBA and hiring an agent.

Bruins starting point guard Malcolm Lee followed Tuesday morning by announcing his intention of putting his name in the Draft, but will not hire an agent.

As always, we will keep you up-to-date with the latest on players entering the 2011 NBA Draft.