As of right now, Sherron Collins will be back for his Senior season. I found this on the Topeka-Capital Journal:
After KU’s 67-62 loss to Michigan State in the Sweet 16 Friday at Lucas Oil Stadium, Collins said his plan was to return to KU for his senior season.
“What I’m saying right now is I’m coming back,” said Collins, who added that he is in fine shape financially and has the blessing of his family to return. “Coach (Bill Self) has to tell me something, if coach doesn’t tell me nothing, I’m coming back. Whatever he decides is what I’m gonna do.”
“I wouldn’t be surprised at all,” he said. “I don’t think they’ve thought about it. I’ll get some information for them. They need to do what’s best for them. I do have an opinion on both of them, what I think would be best for their life, but my opinion sometimes doesn’t always matter in certain situations.”
Aldrich was less demonstrative than Collins about his plans, but spoke primarily about wanting to improve.
“I could go down the list of 50 things I need to get better on,” Aldrich said. “That’s ultimately what I want to do is set myself up for having a successful career. Whether it’s this year or next year or two years from now, I just want to have the best opportunity to be successful.”