Devan Downey won't be the only South Carolina basketball player testing the NBA's waters this summer.
Dominique Archie made it known that he'll also see how he stacks up professionally, a pair of sources confirmed this afternoon.
Archie, who would be a fifth-year senior, does not plan to hire an agent and could return to school. The deadline for a final decision is June 15. The 6-foot-7 Archie, from Augusta, averaged 10.9 points and 6.4 rebounds last season as a junior.
Those were career highs for Archie, playing in coach Darrin Horn's first season at USC.
The Gamecocks started 20-6 before dropping four of their final five games.
Downey decided last week that he'd also check into his pro prospects.
Horn said this week on a Columbia radio show it was doubtful that Downey, a 5-8 point guard, would be selected in the NBA's two-round draft. Downey, a transfer from Cincinnati, would also be a fifth-year senior.
Playing internationally is becoming more and more of a draw for college players.
For one, Mississippi guard David Huertas just left school to play for a pro team in Puerto Rico.