Roundball Chatter for May 6

• Michigan State got some great news when Adraien Payne decided to pass up the NBA draft and return to school. Among others that decided to stay in school included Massachusetts guard Chaz Williams; Baylor's Isaiah Austin.

Andre Roberson of Colorado, a real glasseater, opted for the NBA. The Buffaloes would have been higher up in next year's rakings if he returned.

• Nice to see Jon Scheyer is coming back to Duke as a special assistant to Mike Krzyzewski. I loved watching Scheyer shoot the ball when he was with the Blue Devils.

• Florida picked up talented transfer Eli Carter from Rutgers. Mike Rosario previously went from the Scarlet Knights to the Gators, so there is a track record.

• New Miami guard Angel Rodriguez is hoping to obtain a hardship waiver from the NCAA so he does not have to sit out next year. He left Kansas State after averaging over 11 PPG and five APG for the Wildcats last season. If he is eligible, he would be a good replacement for Shane Larkin, who opted for the NBA.

• You have to love Bill Self for putting Kansas through an amazing non-conference schedule. Duke, Florida, Georgetown, New Mexico, Colorado and San Diego State are all on the docket. Then add a good field in the Bahamas -- it includes Tennessee, Villanova, Iowa, USC, Wake Forest, UTEP and Xavier.