It's the question that all Syracuse basketball fans are asking, including Jim Boeheim.
Will Jerami Grant return to the Orange basketball team next season, or will he enter the NBA Draft like his SU teammate Tyler Ennis.
"We'll see what happens" Boeheim said.
"Kids have to do what they think is best for themselves, and we have to adjust to that" he added.
We caught up with Boeheim, who was at The OnCenter for Elmcrest's "Child at Heart" Awards given to those who help make a difference in children's lives.
Boeheim and his wife Juli were honored along with Scott and Missy Shafer, Quentin and Shandrist Hillsman with the award. John Desko, Gary Gait, and SU Basketball Assistant Coach Adrian Autry were all honored along with their wives as well.
Grant averaged 12 points and 7 rebounds per game. His length and athleticism is off the charts, and would be critical to next year's team which will already be without C.J. Fair, Baye Moussa Keita, and Ennis as well.
Grant has until April 27th to make his final decision.