La Salle forward B.J. Johnson will return for his senior season with the Explorers.
Johnson had previously declared for the NBA draft, but did not hire an agent, which allowed him to test the process and return.
"B.J. received great feedback from exploring his NBA potential," head coach Dr. John Giannini said in a release from the team.
"He is extremely focused and motivated to improve himself and our team to reach his highest goals. He had interest to workout for several teams. However, he has some minor health issues from last season that would be best to take care of now to maximize his preparations for next season. He has decided to take that route and it bodes well for him and our team."
Johnson was a first-team Big 5 selection last season after leading the Explorers in points (17.6 per game) and rebounds (6.3). He became the 30th player in school history to score 500-plus points in a single season.
"My goal is to play the game I love professionally," Johnson said in a statement on March 23, when he declared for the draft. "This decision will give me the opportunity to test myself, better myself and receive important feedback in pursuit of this goal."