Texas Tech's Jarrett Culver said he hasn't decided yet about leaving for the NBA draft. 

The 6-6 sophomore has been projected as a possible lottery pick after winning Big 12 player of the year honors.

"The decision is yet to be made," Culver said. "All season I just focused on my team and trying to win the national championship, so I haven't thought about that any. Now the season is over, I'll take time with my family and coach and consider my future."

In a matchup of potential first-round picks Monday, Culver was outplayed by Virginia's De'Andre Hunter. Although both got off to slow shooting starts, Hunter bounced back to scored 22 of his game-high 27 points after halftime.

Culver made just five of 22 shots en route to 15 points. 

"I was trying to get to the basket," Culver said. "It just wasn't going in."

In his final three games in the NCAA tournament against Gonzaga, Michigan State and Virginia, Culver shot a combined 13 of 53 from the field.