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2019 NBA Draft Early Entry List

nba draft Forty-seven international players who had declared as early entry candidates for the NBA Draft 2019 have withdrawn their names from consideration. Two collegiate players who previously had declared as early entry candidates have also withdrawn.

There are 86 collegiate and 12 international prospects that remain early entry candidates.

The 2019 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 20 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

FINAL 2019 NBA DRAFT EARLY ENTRY PLAYER LIST
Updated June 11, 2019
2019 NBA Draft early entry list: U.S. colleges and other educational institutions

Player       			School       Height   Status

Nickeil Alexander-Walker   	Virginia Tech     6-5    Sophomore

RJ Barrett      		Duke       6-7    Freshman

Tyus Battle      		Syracuse      6-6    Junior 

Darius Bazley     		Princeton HS (OH)    6-9    Post-Graduate 

Bol Bol       			Oregon       7-2    Freshman

Marques Bolden     		Duke       6-11   Junior

Jordan Bone      		Tennessee      6-3    Junior

Ky Bowman      			Boston College     6-1    Junior

Ignas Brazdeikis     		Michigan      6-7    Freshman  

Oshae Brissett     		Syracuse      6-8    Sophomore

Armoni Brooks     		Houston      6-3    Junior

Charlie Brown Jr.     		St. Joseph’s      6-7    Sophomore

Moses Brown     		UCLA       7-1    Freshman

Brandon Clarke     		Gonzaga      6-8    Junior

Nicolas Claxton     		Georgia       6-11   Sophomore

Amir Coffey     		Minnesota      6-8    Junior

Tyler Cook      		Iowa       6-9    Junior

Jarrett Culver     		Texas Tech      6-5    Sophomore

Aubrey Dawkins     		UCF       6-6    Junior

Luguentz Dort     		Arizona State     6-4    Freshman

Jason Draggs      		Lee College (TX)     6-9    Freshman

Carsen Edwards     		Purdue       6-1    Junior 

Bruno Fernando     		Maryland      6-10   Sophomore

Daniel Gafford     		Arkansas      6-11   Sophomore

Darius Garland     		Vanderbilt      6-2    Freshman

Kyle Guy      			Virginia       6-2    Junior 

Rui Hachimura     		Gonzaga      6-8    Junior

Jaylen Hands     		UCLA       6-3    Sophomore

Jared Harper      		Auburn       5-11   Junior

Jaxson Hayes     		Texas       6-11   Freshman

Dewan Hernandez    		Miami       6-11   Junior

Tyler Herro      		Kentucky      6-5    Freshman

Amir Hinton      		Shaw (NC)      6-5    Junior

Jaylen Hoard     		Wake Forest      6-8    Freshman

Daulton Hommes    		Point Loma Nazarene (CA)  6-8    Junior

Talen Horton-Tucker    		Iowa State      6-4    Freshman

De’Andre Hunter    		Virginia       6-7    Sophomore

Ty Jerome      			Virginia       6-5    Junior

Keldon Johnson     		Kentucky      6-6    Freshman

Mfiondu Kabengele    		Florida State      6-10   Sophomore

Louis King      		Oregon       6-9    Freshman

V.J. King      			Louisville      6-6    Junior

Sagaba Konate     		West Virginia     6-8    Junior

Martin Krampelj     		Creighton      6-9    Junior

Romeo Langford     		Indiana       6-6    Freshman

Cameron Lard     		Iowa State      6-9    Sophomore

Dedric Lawson     		Kansas       6-9    Junior

Jalen Lecque     		Brewster Academy (NH)   6-3    Post-Graduate

Jacob Ledoux     		Texas-Permian Basin    6-3    Junior

Nassir Little      		North Carolina     6-6    Freshman

Trevor Manuel     		Olivet (MI)      6-9    Junior 

Charles Matthews    		Michigan      6-6    Junior

Jalen McDaniels     		San Diego State     6-10   Sophomore

Ja Morant      			Murray State     6-3    Sophomore

Zach Norvell Jr.     		Gonzaga      6-5    Sophomore

Jaylen Nowell     		Washington      6-4    Sophomore  

Chuma Okeke     		Auburn       6-8    Sophomore

KZ Okpala      			Stanford      6-9    Sophomore

Miye Oni      			Yale       6-6    Junior

Lamar Peters     		Mississippi State     6-0    Junior

Shamorie Ponds     		St. John’s      6-1    Junior

Jordan Poole      		Michigan      6-5    Sophomore

Jontay Porter     		Missouri       6-11   Sophomore

Kevin Porter Jr.     		USC       6-6    Freshman

Brandon Randolph    		Arizona       6-6    Sophomore

Cam Reddish     		Duke       6-8    Freshman

Isaiah Reese      		Canisius       6-5    Junior

Naz Reid      			LSU       6-10   Freshman

Austin Robinson     		Kentucky Christian    6-2    Sophomore

Isaiah Roby      		Nebraska      6-8    Junior 

Ayinde Russell     		Morehouse      6-3    Junior

Samir Sehic      		Tulane       6-9    Junior

Simisola Shittu     		Vanderbilt      6-10   Freshman

Justin Simon      		St. John’s      6-5    Junior

D’Marcus Simonds    		Georgia State     6-3    Junior

Jalen Sykes      		St. Clair College (Canada)  6-5    Junior

Rayjon Tucker     		Arkansas-Little Rock    6-5    Junior

Nick Ward      			Michigan State     6-8    Junior

PJ Washington Jr.    		Kentucky      6-8    Sophomore

Tremont Waters     		LSU       5-11   Sophomore

Coby White      		North Carolina     6-5    Freshman

Lindell Wigginton    		Iowa State      6-2    Sophomore

Kris Wilkes      		UCLA       6-8    Sophomore

Grant Williams     		Tennessee      6-7    Junior

Zion Williamson     		Duke       6-7    Freshman

Kenny Wooten     		Oregon       6-9    Sophomore

 


2019 NBA Draft early entry list: International players 

Player       		Team/Country of Team   Height   Status

Goga Bitadze     	Buducnost (Montenegro)   7-0    1999 DOB

Yago Dos Santos     	Paulistano (Brazil)    5-10   1999 DOB  

Sekou Doumbouya    	Limoges (France)    6-8    2000 DOB

Matas Jogela     	Dzukija (Lithuania)    6-6    1998 DOB

Marcos Louzada Silva   	Franca (Brazil)     6-5    1999 DOB

William McDowell-White   Baunach (Germany)    6-5    1998 DOB

Adam Mokoka     	Mega Bemax (Serbia)    6-5    1998 DOB

Joshua Obiesie     	Wurzburg (Germany)    6-6    2000 DOB

David Okeke     	Fiat Torino (Italy)    6-8    1998 DOB

Luka Samanic     	Olimpija (Slovenia)    6-10   2000 DOB

Deividas Sirvydis     	Rytas (Lithuania)    6-7    2000 DOB

Yovel Zoosman     	Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel)   6-7    1998 DOB

 



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FINAL 2018 NBA DRAFT EARLY ENTRY PLAYER LIST
June 12, 2018

Forty-three international players who had declared as early entry candidates for the 2018 NBA Draft have withdrawn their names from consideration. Three collegiate players who previously had declared as early entry candidates have also withdrawn. There are 79 collegiate and 12 international prospects that remain early entry candidates.

Players from colleges and post-graduate institutions who remain 2018 NBA Draft early entry candidates:
PLAYER   SCHOOL

Deng Adel   Louisville

Rawle Alkins  Arizona

Mike Amius   Western Carolina

Kostas Antetokounmpo Dayton

Deandre Ayton  Arizona

Marvin Bagley III  Duke

Mohamed Bamba  Texas

Keita Bates-Diop  Ohio State

Tashawn Berry  Dakota College (ND)

Leron Black   Illinois

Jordan Brangers  South Plains College (TX)

Mikal Bridges  Villanova

Miles Bridges  Michigan State

Bruce Brown Jr.  Miami

Troy Brown Jr.  Oregon

Jalen Brunson  Villanova

Elijah Bryant  BYU

Tony Carr   Penn State

Wendell Carter Jr.  Duke

Kameron Chatman  Detroit

Bryant Crawford  Wake Forest

Eric Davis Jr.  Texas

Tyler Davis   Texas A&M

Marcus Derrickson  Georgetown

Hamidou Diallo  Kentucky

Donte DiVincenzo  Villanova

Dikembe Dixson  UIC

Trevon Duval  Duke

Drew Eubanks  Oregon State

Jacob Evans   Cincinnati

Tremaine Fraiser  Westchester CC (NY)

Melvin Frazier Jr.  Tulane

Wenyen Gabriel  Kentucky

Kaiser Gates  Xavier

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Kentucky

DJ Hogg   Texas A&M

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Aaron Holiday  UCLA

Kevin Huerter  Maryland

DeAngelo Isby  Utah State

Jaren Jackson Jr.  Michigan State

Justin Jackson  Maryland

Ismaila Kane  Atlanta Metropolitan

Devonte Klines  Montana State

Kevin Knox   Kentucky

Terry Larrier  Connecticut

Marquez Letcher-Ellis Rice

Makinde London  Tennessee-Chattanooga

Brandon McCoy  UNLV

De’Anthony Melton  USC

Chimezie Metu  USC

Shake Milton  SMU

Max Montana   San Diego State

Doral Moore   Wake Forest

Malik Newman  Kansas

A.J. Nywesh   Minnesota State-Moorhead

Josh Okogie   Georgia Tech

Ajdin Penava  Marshall

Michael Porter Jr.  Missouri

Billy Preston  Kansas

Jerome Robinson  Boston College

Mitchell Robinson  Western Kentucky

Brandon Sampson  LSU

Corey Sanders  Rutgers

Collin Sexton  Alabama

Landry Shamet  Wichita State

Yankuba Sima  Oklahoma State

Anfernee Simons  IMG Academy

Fred Sims Jr.  Chicago State

Zhaire Smith  Texas Tech

Ray Spalding  Louisville

Omari Spellman  Villanova

Khyri Thomas  Creighton

Gary Trent Jr.  Duke

Allonzo Trier  Arizona

Jarred Vanderbilt  Kentucky

Moritz Wagner  Michigan

Lonnie Walker  Miami

Robert Williams III  Texas A&M

Trae Young   Oklahoma


International players who remain 2018 NBA Draft early entry candidates:
PLAYER   TEAM (COUNTRY*)

LiAngelo Ball  UCLA/Vytautas (Lithuania)

Isaac Bonga   Fraport Skyliners (Germany)

Luka Doncic   Real Madrid (Spain)

Tryggvi Hlinason  Valencia (Spain)

Michal Kolenda  Trefl Sopot (Poland)

Arnoldas Kulboka  Capo d’Orlando (Italy)

Rodions Kurucs  Barcelona (Spain)

Dzanan Musa   Cedevita (Croatia)

Williams Narace  Nancy (France)

Elie Okobo   Pau Orthez (France)

Issuf Sanon   Olimpija (Slovenia)

Filip Zagrajski  Beli Manastir (Croatia)

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of player’s nationality

Additional players from colleges who have withdrawn from 2018 NBA Draft consideration:
PLAYER   SCHOOL

Brian Bowen II   South Carolina

Micah Seaborn   Monmouth

Tavarius Shine   Oklahoma State


International players who have withdrawn from 2018 NBA Draft consideration:
PLAYER   TEAM (COUNTRY*)

Berke Atar   Bandirma Kirmizi (Turkey)

Romaric Belemene   Oviedo (Spain)

Laurynas Beliauskas  Neptunas (Lithuania)

Rihards Berzins   Liepaja (Latvia)

Laurynas Birutis  Siauliai (Lithuania)

Goga Bitadze   Mega Bemax (Serbia)

Etienne Ca   Chalon (France)

Sigfredo Casero-Ortiz  GET Vosges (France)

Emanuel Cate   Prat (Spain)

Vasileios Charalampopoulos PAOK (Greece)

Yago Dos Santos  Paulistano (Brazil)

Berkan Durmaz   Tofas (Turkey)

Aleksander Dziewa  Slask Wroclaw (Poland)

Martynas Echodas   Lietuvos Rytas (Lithuania)

Ibrahima Faye   Poitiers (France)

Gabriel Galvanini  Bauru (Brazil)

Stephane Gombauld  Lille Metropole (France)

Melvyn Govindy  Cholet (France)

Yoan Granvorka  Monthey (Switzerland)

Karim Jallow   Bayern Munich (Germany)

Matas Jogela   Zalgiris II (Lithuania)

Georgios Kalaitzakis  Panathinaikos (Greece)

Antonios Koniaris   PAOK (Greece)

Leon Kratzer   Wuerzburg (Germany)

Xabier Lopez-Arostegui  Joventut Badalona (Spain)

Matur Maker   CIBA (Canada)

Vanja Marinkovic   Partizan (Serbia)

William McDowell-White  Baunach (Germany)

Blaz Mesicek   Brindisi (Italy)

Adam Mokoka   Gravelines (France)

Shekinah Munanga   Monaco (France)

Muhaymin Mustafa   Anadolu Efes (Turkey)

Amine Noua   ASVEL (France)

Viny Okouo   Unicaja (Spain)

Louis Olinde   Brose Baskets (Germany)

Erxhan Osmani   Bandirma Kirmizi (Turkey)

Jean-Marc Pansa   Nanterre (France)

Darel Poirier   Charleville (France)

Marcel Ponitka   Asseco (Poland)

Tadas Sedekerskis  Nevezis (Lithuania)

Leonardo Tote   Verona (Italy)

Michael Uchendu  Bauru (Brazil)

Martynas Varnas   Pieno Zvaigzdes (Lithuania)




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JUNE 1, 2018 UPDATE

NBA Draft Early Entry ListOne hundred players have notified the NBA that they wish to be removed from the list of “early entry” players eligible for selection in the 2018 NBA Draft presented by State Farm. Following the NBA’s early entry withdrawal deadline of 5 p.m. ET on June 11, 2018, a comprehensive release will be distributed listing the additional players who provided the NBA with timely notice that they wish to be removed from the list of “early entry” players eligible for selection in the 2018 NBA Draft.

The following 100 players have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2018 NBA Draft:

Player  School  Height Status

Esa Ahmad West Virginia  6-8 Junior

Udoka Azubuike Kansas  7-0 Sophomore

Sedrick Barefield Utah  6-2 Junior

Tyus Battle Syracuse 6-6 Sophomore

Lamonte Bearden Western Kentucky 6-3 Junior

Ky Bowman  Boston College 6-1 Sophomore

Barry Brown Jr. Kansas State  6-3 Junior

Bryce Brown  Auburn  6-3 Junior

C.J. Burks Marshall 6-4 Junior

Jordan Caroline Nevada  6-7 Junior 

Haanif Cheatham FGCU  6-5 Junior

Yoeli Childs BYU  6-8 Sophomore

Chris Clemons Campbell  5-9 Junior

Tyler Cook Iowa  6-9 Sophomore

Isaac Copeland Jr. Nebraska 6-9 Junior

Mike Daum South Dakota State 6-9 Junior

Jon Davis  Charlotte 6-3 Junior

Jordan Davis  Northern Colorado 6-2 Junior

Shawntrez Davis Bethune-Cookman 6-9 Junior

Terence Davis Mississippi 6-4 Junior

Noah Dickerson  Washington 6-8 Junior

Torin Dorn North Carolina State 6-5 Junior

Nojel Eastern  Purdue  6-6 Freshman

Carsen Edwards  Purdue  6-1 Sophomore

Jon Elmore Marshall 6-3 Junior

Bruno Fernando Maryland  6-10  Freshman

Dextor Foster  ASA College (FL) 6-5 Junior

Jarrey Foster  SMU  6-6 Junior

Robert Franks Jr. Washington State 6-7 Junior

Eugene German  Northern Illinois  6-0 Sophomore

Admon Gilder  Texas A&M 6-4 Junior

Michael Gilmore FGCU  6-10  Junior

Jessie Govan  Georgetown 6-10  Junior

Tyler Hall  Montana State 6-4 Junior

Jaylen Hands  UCLA  6-3 Freshman

Zach Hankins  Ferris State 6-10  Junior

Ethan Happ Wisconsin  6-10  Junior

Jared Harper  Auburn  5-10  Sophomore

Mustapha Heron Auburn  6-5 Sophomore

Malik Hines Massachusetts 6-10  Junior

Jalen Hudson  Florida  6-6 Junior

Dewan Huell  Miami  6-11  Sophomore

Tramaine Isabell Jr. Drexel  6-1 Junior

Justin James  Wyoming  6-7 Junior

Zach Johnson  FGCU  6-2 Junior

Christian Keeling Charleston Southern 6-4 Sophomore

Sagaba Konate West Virginia  6-8 Sophomore

Kalob Ledoux McNeese State 6-3 Sophomore

Abdul Lewis  NJIT  6-10  Junior

Victor Lewis II West Texas A&M 6-3 Junior

Dominic Magee  Southern Mississippi 6-4 Junior

Fletcher Magee Wofford 6-4 Junior

Caleb Martin  Nevada  6-7 Junior

Cody Martin  Nevada  6-7 Junior

Malik Martin  South Florida  6-11  Junior

Zane Martin Towson  6-4 Sophomore

Charles Matthews Michigan 6-6 Sophomore

Luke Maye North Carolina 6-8 Junior

Jalen McDaniels San Diego State  6-10  Freshman

Markis McDuffie Wichita State  6-8 Junior

Christian Mekowulu Tennessee State  6-9 Junior

Aaron Menzies Seattle  7-3 Junior

Shelton Mitchell  Clemson 6-3 Junior

Takal Molson  Canisius 6-5 Freshman

Juwan Morgan Indiana  6-8 Junior

Matt Morgan  Cornell  6-3 Junior

Isaiah Moss Iowa  6-5 Sophomore

Travis Munnings Louisiana-Monroe 6-6 Junior

Jordan Murdock Friends University 6-4 Junior

Ray Ona Embo Tulane  6-5 Sophomore

James Palmer Jr. Nebraska 6-6 Junior 

Keanu Peters  Salt Lake CC (UT) 6-2 Sophomore 

Lamar Peters  Mississippi State 6-0 Sophomore

Jalon Pipkins  Cal State-Northridge 6-4 Freshman

Shamorie Ponds  St. John’s  6-1 Sophomore

Jontay Porter  Missouri 6-11  Freshman

Marcquise Reed  Clemson 6-3 Junior

Isaiah Reese  Canisius 6-5 Sophomore

Cody Riley UCLA  6-10  Freshman

Kerwin Roach II Texas  6-4 Junior

Ahmaad Rorie Montana 6-1 Junior

Quinton Rose  Temple  6-8 Sophomore

Admiral Schofield Tennessee 6-5 Junior

Ronshad Shabazz Appalachian State 6-5 Junior

Chris Silva South Carolina 6-9 Junior

Deshon Taylor Fresno State  6-2 Junior

Reid Travis Stanford 6-8 Junior

Lagerald Vick  Kansas  6-5 Junior

Christian Vital Connecticut 6-2 Sophomore 

Jaylin Walker  Kent State 6-1 Junior

Nick Ward Michigan State 6-8 Sophomore

PJ Washington Kentucky  6-7 Freshman  

Tremont Waters  LSU 5-11  Freshman

Quinndary Weatherspoon Mississippi State 6-4 Junior

Andrien White Charlotte 6-3 Junior

Demajeo Wiggins Bowling Green 6-10  Junior

Lindell Wigginton Iowa State 6-2 Freshman

Austin Wiley  Auburn  6-11  Freshman

Kris Wilkes UCLA  6-8 Freshman

Justin Wright-Foreman Hofstra  6-1 Junior


APRIL 24, 2018 UPDATE

NBA Draft Early Entry ListThe NBA on April 24, 2018 announced that 236 players -- 181 players from colleges and post-graduate institutions and 55 international players -- filed as early entry candidates for the 2018 NBA Draft.

Players looking to enter the 2018 NBA Draft had to submit a letter to the NBA that was to be received no later than Sunday, April 22. Players who have applied for early entry have the right to withdraw their names from consideration for the Draft by notifying the NBA of their decision in writing no later than 5 p.m. ET on Monday, June 11. Under NCAA rules, in order to retain college basketball eligibility, underclassmen who have entered the 2018 Draft must withdraw by Wednesday, May 30.

Following is the list of players from colleges and post-graduate institutions who have applied for early entry into the 2018 NBA Draft, which will be held Thursday, June 21 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.

EARLY ENTRY CANDIDATES FOR THE 2018 NBA DRAFT

Player   School   Height  Status

Deng Adel  Louisville   6-7  Junior

Esa Ahmad  West Virginia  6-8  Junior

Rawle Alkins  Arizona  6-5  Sophomore

Mike Amius  Western Carolina  6-7  Junior

Kostas Antetokounmpo  Dayton   6-10  Freshman

Deandre Ayton  Arizona  7-1  Freshman

Udoka Azubuike  Kansas   7-0  Sophomore

Marvin Bagley III  Duke   6-11  Freshman

Mohamed Bamba  Texas   6-11  Freshman 

Sedrick Barefield  Utah   6-2  Junior

Keita Bates-Diop  Ohio State  6-7  Junior

Tyus Battle  Syracuse   6-6  Sophomore

Lamonte Bearden  Western Kentucky  6-3  Junior

Tashawn Berry  Dakota College (ND) 6-3  Sophomore

Leron Black  Illinois   6-7  Junior

Brian Bowen II  South Carolina  6-7  Freshman

Ky Bowman  Boston College  6-1  Sophomore

Jordan Brangers  South Plains College (TX) 6-2  Sophomore

Mikal Bridges  Villanova   6-6  Junior

Miles Bridges  Michigan State  6-7  Sophomore

Barry Brown Jr.  Kansas State  6-3  Junior

Bruce Brown Jr.  Miami   6-5  Sophomore

Bryce Brown  Auburn  6-3  Junior

Troy Brown Jr.  Oregon   6-7  Freshman

Jalen Brunson  Villanova   6-3  Junior

Elijah Bryant  BYU   6-5  Junior

C.J. Burks  Marshall  6-4  Junior

Jordan Caroline  Nevada  6-7  Junior 

Tony Carr  Penn State  6-5  Sophomore

Wendell Carter Jr.  Duke   6-10  Freshman

Kameron Chatman  Detroit   6-9  Junior

Haanif Cheatham  FGCU   6-5  Junior

Yoeli Childs  BYU   6-8  Sophomore

Chris Clemons  Campbell   5-9  Junior

Tyler Cook  Iowa   6-9  Sophomore

Isaac Copeland Jr.  Nebraska   6-9  Junior

Bryant Crawford  Wake Forest  6-3  Junior

Mike Daum  South Dakota State  6-9  Junior

Eric Davis Jr.  Texas   6-3  Junior

Jon Davis   Charlotte   6-3  Junior

Jordan Davis  Northern Colorado  6-2  Junior

Shawntrez Davis  Bethune-Cookman  6-9  Junior

Terence Davis  Mississippi  6-4  Junior

Tyler Davis  Texas A&M  6-10  Junior

Marcus Derrickson  Georgetown  6-7  Junior

Hamidou Diallo  Kentucky   6-5  Freshman

Noah Dickerson  Washington  6-8  Junior

Donte DiVincenzo  Villanova   6-5  Sophomore

Dikembe Dixson  UIC   6-7  Sophomore

Torin Dorn  North Carolina State  6-5  Junior

Trevon Duval  Duke   6-3  Freshman

Nojel Eastern  Purdue   6-6  Freshman

Carsen Edwards  Purdue   6-1  Sophomore

Jon Elmore  Marshall  6-3  Junior

Drew Eubanks  Oregon State  6-10  Junior

Jacob Evans  Cincinnati  6-6  Junior

Bruno Fernando  Maryland   6-10  Freshman

Dextor Foster  ASA College (FL)  6-5  Junior

Jarrey Foster  SMU   6-6  Junior

Robert Franks Jr.  Washington State  6-7  Junior

Tremaine Fraiser  Westchester CC (NY) 6-3  Sophomore

Melvin Frazier Jr.  Tulane   6-6  Junior

Wenyen Gabriel  Kentucky   6-9  Sophomore

Kaiser Gates  Xavier   6-8  Junior

Eugene German  Northern Illinois  6-0  Sophomore

Admon Gilder  Texas A&M  6-4  Junior

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Kentucky   6-6  Freshman

Michael Gilmore  FGCU   6-10  Junior

Jessie Govan  Georgetown  6-10  Junior

Tyler Hall   Montana State  6-4  Junior

Jaylen Hands  UCLA   6-3  Freshman

Zach Hankins  Ferris State  6-10  Junior

Ethan Happ  Wisconsin  6-10  Junior

Jared Harper  Auburn  5-10  Sophomore

Mustapha Heron  Auburn  6-5  Sophomore

Malik Hines  Massachusetts  6-10  Junior

DJ Hogg  Texas A&M  6-9  Junior

Aaron Holiday  UCLA   6-1  Junior

Jalen Hudson  Florida   6-6  Junior

Dewan Huell  Miami   6-11  Sophomore

Kevin Huerter  Maryland   6-7  Sophomore

Tramaine Isabell Jr.  Drexel   6-1  Junior

DeAngelo Isby  Utah State  6-5  Junior

Jaren Jackson Jr.  Michigan State  6-11  Freshman

Justin Jackson  Maryland   6-7  Sophomore

Justin James  Wyoming   6-7  Junior

Zach Johnson  FGCU   6-2  Junior

Ismaila Kane  Atlanta Metropolitan  6-9  Freshman

Christian Keeling  Charleston Southern  6-4  Sophomore

Devonte Klines  Montana State  6-0  Junior

Kevin Knox  Kentucky   6-9  Freshman

Sagaba Konate  West Virginia  6-8  Sophomore

Terry Larrier  Connecticut  6-8  Junior

Kalob Ledoux  McNeese State  6-3  Sophomore

Marquez Letcher-Ellis Rice   6-7  Sophomore

Abdul Lewis  NJIT   6-10  Junior

Victor Lewis II  West Texas A&M  6-3  Junior

Makinde London  Tennessee-Chattanooga 6-10  Junior

Dominic Magee  Southern Mississippi  6-4  Junior

Fletcher Magee  Wofford  6-4  Junior

Caleb Martin  Nevada  6-7  Junior

Cody Martin  Nevada  6-7  Junior

Malik Martin  South Florida  6-11  Junior

Zane Martin  Towson  6-4  Sophomore

Charles Matthews  Michigan   6-6  Sophomore

Luke Maye  North Carolina  6-8  Junior

Brandon McCoy  UNLV   7-1  Freshman

Jalen McDaniels  San Diego State  6-10  Freshman

Markis McDuffie  Wichita State  6-8  Junior

Christian Mekowulu  Tennessee State  6-9  Junior

De’Anthony Melton  USC   6-4  Freshman

Aaron Menzies  Seattle   7-3  Junior

Chimezie Metu  USC   6-11  Junior

Shake Milton  SMU   6-6  Junior

Shelton Mitchell  Clemson   6-3  Junior

Takal Molson  Canisius  6-5  Freshman

Max Montana  San Diego State  6-9  Junior

Doral Moore  Wake Forest  7-1  Junior

Juwan Morgan  Indiana  6-8  Junior

Matt Morgan  Cornell   6-3  Junior

Isaiah Moss  Iowa   6-5  Sophomore

Travis Munnings  Louisiana-Monroe  6-6  Junior

Jordan Murdock  Friends University  6-4  Junior

Malik Newman  Kansas   6-3  Sophomore

Josh Okogie  Georgia Tech  6-4  Sophomore

Ray Ona Embo  Tulane   6-5  Sophomore

James Palmer Jr.  Nebraska   6-6  Junior 

Adjin Penava  Marshall  6-9  Junior

Keanu Peters  Salt Lake CC (UT)  6-2  Sophomore 

Lamar Peters  Mississippi State  6-0  Sophomore

Jalon Pipkins  Cal State-Northridge  6-4  Freshman

Shamorie Ponds  St. John’s   6-1  Sophomore

Jontay Porter  Missouri  6-11  Freshman

Michael Porter Jr.  Missouri  6-10  Freshman

Billy Preston  Kansas   6-10  Freshman

Marcquise Reed  Clemson   6-3  Junior

Isaiah Reese  Canisius  6-5  Sophomore

Cody Riley  UCLA   6-10  Freshman

Kerwin Roach II  Texas   6-4  Junior

Jerome Robinson  Boston College  6-6  Junior

Mitchell Robinson  Western Kentucky  7-0  Freshman

Ahmaad Rorie  Montana   6-1  Junior

Quinton Rose  Temple  6-8  Sophomore

Brandon Sampson  LSU   6-5  Junior

Corey Sanders  Rutgers  6-2  Junior

Admiral Schofield  Tennessee  6-5  Junior

Micah Seaborn  Monmouth  6-5  Junior

Collin Sexton  Alabama   6-3  Freshman

Ronshad Shabazz  Appalachian State  6-5  Junior

Landry Shamet  Wichita State  6-4  Sophomore 

Tavarius Shine  Oklahoma State  6-6  Junior

Chris Silva  South Carolina  6-9  Junior

Yankuba Sima  Oklahoma State  6-11  Junior

Anfernee Simons  IMG Academy  6-4  Post-Graduate

Fred Sims Jr.  Chicago State  6-4  Junior

Zhaire Smith  Texas Tech  6-5  Freshman

Ray Spalding  Louisville   6-9  Junior

Omari Spellman  Villanova   6-9  Freshman

Deshon Taylor  Fresno State  6-2  Junior

Khyri Thomas  Creighton   6-3  Junior

Reid Travis  Stanford  6-8  Junior

Gary Trent Jr.  Duke   6-6  Freshman

Allonzo Trier  Arizona  6-5  Junior

Jarred Vanderbilt  Kentucky   6-9  Freshman

Lagerald Vick  Kansas   6-5  Junior

Christian Vital  Connecticut  6-2  Sophomore 

Moritz Wagner  Michigan   6-11  Junior

Jaylin Walker  Kent State  6-1  Junior

Lonnie Walker  Miami   6-4  Freshman

Nick Ward  Michigan State  6-8  Sophomore

PJ Washington  Kentucky   6-7  Freshman 

Tremont Waters  LSU   5-11  Freshman

Quinndary Weatherspoon Mississippi State  6-4  Junior

Andrien White  Charlotte   6-3  Junior

Demajeo Wiggins  Bowling Green  6-10  Junior

Lindell Wigginton  Iowa State  6-2  Freshman

Austin Wiley  Auburn  6-11  Freshman

Kris Wilkes  UCLA   6-8  Freshman

Robert Williams III  Texas A&M  6-10  Sophomore

Justin Wright-Foreman  Hofstra  6-1  Junior

Trae Young  Oklahoma  6-2  Freshman

 

 
The following is the list of international players who have applied for early entry into the 2018 NBA Draft:
 

Player   Team/Country of Team Height  Status

Berke Atar  Bandirma Kirmizi (Turkey) 6-11  1999 DOB

LiAngelo Ball  UCLA/Vytautas (Lithuania) 6-5  1998 DOB

Romaric Belemene  Oviedo (Spain)  6-9  1997 DOB

Laurynas Beliauskas  Neptunas (Lithuania) 6-4  1997 DOB

Rihards Berzins  Liepaja (Latvia)  6-11  1997 DOB

Laurynas Birutis  Siauliai (Lithuania)  7-0  1997 DOB

Goga Bitadze  Mega Bemax (Serbia) 6-11  1999 DOB

Isaac Bonga  Fraport Skyliners (Germany) 6-9  1999 DOB

Etienne Ca  Chalon (France)  6-11  1997 DOB

Sigfredo Casero-Ortiz GET Vosges (France) 6-1  1997 DOB

Emanuel Cate  Prat (Spain)  6-9  1997 DOB

Vasileios Charalampopoulos PAOK (Greece)  6-9  1997 DOB

Luka Doncic  Real Madrid (Spain)  6-7  1999 DOB

Yago Dos Santos  Paulistano (Brazil)  5-10  1999 DOB

Berkan Durmaz  Tofas (Turkey)  6-9  1997 DOB

Aleksander Dziewa  Slask Wroclaw (Poland) 6-9  1997 DOB

Martynas Echodas  Lietuvos Rytas (Lithuania) 6-9  1997 DOB

Ibrahima Faye  Poitiers (France)  6-10  1997 DOB

Gabriel Galvanini  Bauru (Brazil)  6-8  1998 DOB

Stephane Gombauld  Lille Metropole (France) 6-9  1997 DOB

Melvyn Govindy  Cholet (France)  7-0  1997 DOB

Yoan Granvorka  Monthey (Switzerland)  6-7  1997 DOB

Tryggvi Hlinason  Valencia (Spain)  7-1  1997 DOB

Karim Jallow  Bayern Munich (Germany) 6-7  1997 DOB

Matas Jogela  Zalgiris II (Lithuania) 6-6  1998 DOB

Georgios Kalaitzakis Panathinaikos (Greece)  6-6  1999 DOB

Michal Kolenda  Trefl Sopot (Poland)  6-7  1997 DOB

Antonios Koniaris  PAOK (Greece)  6-4  1997 DOB

Leon Kratzer  Wuerzburg (Germany) 6-11  1997 DOB

Arnoldas Kulboka  Capo d’Orlando (Italy) 6-10  1998 DOB

Rodions Kurucs  Barcelona (Spain)  6-9  1998 DOB

Xabier Lopez-Arostegui Joventut Badalona (Spain) 6-6  1997 DOB

Matur Maker  CIBA (Canada)  6-11  1998 DOB

Vanja Marinkovic  Partizan (Serbia)  6-6  1997 DOB

William McDowell-White Baunach (Germany)  6-5  1998 DOB

Blaz Mesicek  Brindisi (Italy)  6-6  1997 DOB

Adam Mokoka  Gravelines (France)  6-4  1998 DOB

Shekinah Munanga  Monaco (France)  6-7  1997 DOB

Dzanan Musa  Cedevita (Croatia)  6-8  1999 DOB

Muhaymin Mustafa  Anadolu Efes (Turkey)  6-5  1999 DOB

Williams Narace  Nancy (France)  6-8  1997 DOB

Amine Noua  ASVEL (France)  6-8  1997 DOB

Elie Okobo  Pau Orthez (France)  6-2  1997 DOB

Viny Okouo  Unicaja (Spain)  7-1  1997 DOB

Louis Olinde  Brose Baskets (Germany) 6-9  1998 DOB

Erxhan Osmani  Bandirma Kirmizi (Turkey) 6-9  1998 DOB

Jean-Marc Pansa  Nanterre (France)  6-10  1997 DOB

Darel Poirier  Charleville (France)  6-9  1997 DOB

Marcel Ponitka  Asseco (Poland)  6-5  1997 DOB

Issuf Sanon  Olimpija (Slovenia)  6-3  1999 DOB

Tadas Sedekerskis  Nevezis (Lithuania)  6-8  1998 DOB

Leonardo Tote  Verona (Italy)  6-10  1997 DOB

Michael Uchendu  Bauru (Brazil)  6-9  1998 DOB

Martynas Varnas  Pieno Zvaigzdes (Lithuania) 6-5  1997 DOB

Filip Zagrajski  Beli Manastir (Croatia)  6-4  1997 DOB



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Thirty-six international players who had declared as early entry candidates for the 2017 NBA Draft have withdrawn. Two collegiate players who previously had declared as early entry candidates have withdrawn. There are 63 collegiate and 10 international prospects that remain early entry candidates.

The 2017 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 22 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Here is the list of international players who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2017 NBA Draft:

PLAYER 	TEAM (COUNTRY*)
Ege Arar  	Galatasaray (Turkey)
Laurynas Beliauskas Neptunas (Lithuania)
Terrence Bieshaar Joventut (Spain)
Laurynas Birutis Vytautas (Lithuania)
Leo Cizmic Sevilla (Spain) 
Berkan Durmaz Tofas (Turkey)
Martynas Echodas Siauliai (Lithuania)
Cyrille Eliezer-Vanerot Levallois (France)
Aquiles Ferreira Pinheiros (Brazil)
Diego Flaccadori Trento (Italy)
Tolga Gecim Banvit (Turkey)
Yoan Granvorka Nancy (France)
Egemen Guven 	 Karsiyaka (Turkey)
Karlis Helmanis RTU Riga (Latvia)
Aleksa Ilic Buducnost (Montenegro)
Verners Kohs  GBA Sparta (Czech Republic)
Antonios Koniaris PAOK (Greece)
Arnoldas Kulboka Baunach (Germany)
Rodions Kurucs Barcelona (Spain)
Axel Louissaint Lugano (Switzerland)
Michail Lountzis Panathinaikos (Greece)
Gytis Masiulis Zalgiris (Lithuania)
Lovro Mazalin Zadar (Croatia)
Regimantas Miniotas Vytautas (Lithuania)
Kostja Mushidi Mega Leks (Serbia)
Margiris Normantas Lietuvos Rytas (Lithuania)
Elie Okobo Pau Orthez (France)
Viny Okouo Unicaja (Spain)
Ayberk Olmaz  Istanbul BSB (Turkey)
Lucas Pereira Pinheiros (Brazil)
Martynas Sajus Starogard (Poland)
Borisa Simanic Crvena Zvezda (Serbia)
Nik Slavica Cibona (Croatia)
Berk Ugurlu Fenerbahce (Turkey)
Kristupas Zemaitis Vytautas (Lithuania)
Zou Yuchen Bayi Fubang (China)

Here is the list of additional players from colleges who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2017 NBA Draft:
 
PLAYER 	SCHOOL
Darin Johnson CSU-Northridge
Maverick Rowan North Carolina State

Following is a list of players from colleges who remain early entry candidates for the 2017 NBA Draft. http://www.insidehoops.com:
 
PLAYER 	SCHOOL
Edrice Adebayo Kentucky
Jarrett Allen Texas
Ike Anigbogu UCLA
OG Anunoby Indiana
Dwayne Bacon Florida State
Lonzo Ball UCLA
Jordan Bell  Oregon
James Blackmon Jr. Indiana
Antonio Blakeney LSU
Tony Bradley North Carolina
Isaiah Briscoe Kentucky
Dillon Brooks Oregon
Thomas Bryant Indiana
Clandell Cetoute Thiel College (PA)
John Collins Wake Forest
Zach Collins Gonzaga
Chance Comanche Arizona
Tyler Dorsey Oregon
PJ Dozier South Carolina
Jawun Evans  Oklahoma State
Tony Farmer  Lee College (TX)
De’Aaron Fox Kentucky
Markelle Fultz Washington
Harry Giles  Duke
Isaac Humphries Kentucky
Tre Hunter Mt. San Jacinto College (CA)
Jonathan Isaac Florida State
Frank Jackson Duke
Josh Jackson Kansas
Justin Jackson North Carolina
Jaylen Johnson Louisville
Ted Kapita North Carolina State
Marcus Keene Central Michigan
Luke Kennard Duke
Kyle Kuzma Utah
TJ Leaf  UCLA
Tyler Lydon  Syracuse
Lauri Markkanen Arizona
Eric Mika BYU
Donovan Mitchell Louisville
Malik Monk Kentucky
Johnathan Motley Baylor
Austin Nichols Virginia
Semi Ojeleye SMU
Cameron Oliver Nevada
Justin Patton Creighton
L.J. Peak Georgetown
Ivan Rabb California
Xavier Rathan-Mayes Florida State
Devin Robinson Florida
Josh Robinson Austin Peay
Kobi Simmons Arizona
Dennis Smith Jr. North Carolina State
Edmond Sumner Xavier
Caleb Swanigan Purdue
Jayson Tatum Duke
Matt Taylor  New Mexico State
Trevor Thompson Ohio State
Melo Trimble Maryland
Craig Victor II LSU
Antone Warren Antelope Valley CC (CA)
Nigel Williams-Goss Gonzaga
D.J. Wilson  Michigan
 

Following is a list of international players who remain early entry candidates for the 2017 NBA Draft:
 
PLAYER 	TEAM (COUNTRY*)
Simon Birgander Clavijo (Spain)
Luka Bozic Zagreb (Croatia)
Vlatko Cancar Mega Leks (Serbia)
Wesley Alves Da Silva Paulistano (Brazil)
George de Paula Paulistano (Brazil)
Isaiah Hartenstein Zalgiris (Lithuania)
Jonathan Jeanne Nancy (France)
Alpha Kaba Mega Leks (Serbia)
Tidjan Keita Cegep de Thetford (Canada)
Frank Ntilikina Strasbourg (France)


*Country indicates where team plays, not country of players nationality # # #