Miami's leading scorer and primary playmaker, Larkin told the newspaper that the ninth-ranked Hurricanes' success this season has affected his thought process regarding this year's NBA draft.
"As it stands right now, I definitely see myself coming back," Larkin told the Sun Sentinel.
Larkin finished second in the voting for ACC player of the year after averaging 13.7 points and 4.4 assists this season for Miami (24-6), which owns the No. 1 seed in the conference tournament.
Larkin, the son of Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin, acknowledged to the Sun Sentinel that he has spoken to people regarding his potential NBA stock but said he enjoys playing for coach Jim Larranaga.
"I love playing for Coach L," Larkin said. "Obviously, you want to go to the next level, but I love what I'm doing now. I love all the players, and I love everybody in the program, and I love everybody at the school. So I don't see any reason to take that next step."