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Thursday / August 6.
  • 2018 NBA Draft Early Entry List

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    Below is a fluid list of Early Entrant candidates for the 2018 NBA Draft based on various sources, interviews and media reports.

    This list will be updated going forward. Click on the player’s name for the linked story or Tweet.

    The NBA’s Early Entry eligibility deadline is April 22. The NBA Draft Combine runs May 16-20 in Chicago. June 11 is the last day that college players who have entered early could withdraw and return to their school for another year. The Draft is on June 21 in New York.


    Deng Adel, 6-8, Junior, Louisville

    Rawle Alkins, 6-5, Sophomore, Arizona

    DeAndre Ayton, 7-1, Freshman, Arizona

    Marvin Bagley, 6-10, Freshman, Duke

    LiAngelo Ball, 6-5, Lithuania

    Mohamed Bamba, 7-0, Freshman, Texas

    Leron Black, 6-7, R-S Junior, Illinois

    Keita Bates-Diop, 6-7, Junior, Ohio State

    Mikal Bridges, 6-7, RS-Junior, Villanova

    Miles Bridges, 6-6, Sophomore, Michigan State

    Bruce Brown, 6-5, Sophomore, Miami (FL)

    Troy Brown, 6-7, Freshman, Oregon

    Tony Carr, 6-5, Sophomore, Penn State

    Wendell Carter, 6-10, Freshman, Duke

    Marcus Derrickson, 6-7, Junior, Georgetown

    Hamidou Diallo, 6-6, Freshman, Kentucky

    Trevon Duval, 6-3, Freshman, Duke

    Drew Eubanks, 6-10, Junior, Oregon State

    Jacob Evans, 6-6, Junior, Cincinnati

    Robert Franks, 6-8, Junior, Washington State

    Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, 6-6, Freshman, Kentucky

    Mustapha Heron, 6-5, Sophomore, Auburn

    DJ Hogg, 6-9, Junior, Texas A&M

    Aaron Holiday, 6-1, Junior, UCLA

    Jaren Jackson Jr., 6-11, Freshman, Michigan State

    Justin Jackson, 6-7, Sophomore, Maryland

    Kevin Knox, 6-8, Freshman, Kentucky

    Terry Larrier, 6-8, Junior, UConn

    Brandon McCoy, 6-10, Freshman, UNLV

    William McDowell-White, 6-5, Germany

    De’Anthony Melton, 6-3, Junior, USC

    Chimezie Metu, 6-10, Junior, USC

    Shake Milton, 6-6, Junior, SMU

    Doral Moore, 7-1, Junior, Wake Forest

    Malik Newman, 6-3, Sophomore, Kansas

    Michael Porter Jr., 6-10, Freshman, Missouri

    Billy Preston, 6-10, Freshman

    Mitchell Robinson, 6-11, Freshman

    Brandon Sampson, 6-5, Junior, LSU

    Corey Sanders, 6-0, Junior, Rutgers

    Collin Sexton, 6-3, Freshman, Alabama

    Landry Shamet, 6-4, Sophomore, Wichita State

    Anfernee Simons, 6-0, Senior (HS), IMG Academy (FL)

    Ray Spalding, 6-10, Junior, Louisville

    Zhaire Smith, 6-5, Freshman, Texas Tech

    Gary Trent Jr., 6-6, Freshman, Duke

    Allonzo Trier, 6-5, Junior, Arizona

    LaGerald Vick, 6-5, Junior, Kansas

    Moritz Wagner, 6-11, Junior, Michigan

    Lonnie Walker, 6-5, Freshman, Miami (FL)

    Robert Williams, 6-10, Sophomore, Texas A&M

    Trae Young, 6-2, Freshman, Oklahoma



    Esa Ahmad, 6-8, Junior, West Virginia

    Kostas Antetokounmpo, 6-10, Freshman, Dayton

    Udoka Azubuike, 7-0, Sophomore, Kansas

    Tyus Battle, 6-5, Sophomore, Syracuse

    Ky Bowman, 6-1, Sophomore, Boston College

    Barry Brown, 6-3, Junior, Kansas State

    Tookie Brown, 5-11, Junior, Georgia Southern

    Chris Clemons, 5-9, Junior, Campbell

    Jordan Caroline, 6-7, Junior, Nevada

    Kameron Chatman, 6-9, Junior, Detroit

    Haanif Cheatham, 6-9, Junior, Marquette

    Tyler Cook, 6-8, Sophomore, Iowa

    Isaac Copeland Jr., 6-9, Junior, Nebraska

    Jon Davis, 6-2, Junior, Charlotte

    Terence Davis, 6-4, Junior, Ole Miss

    Tyler Davis, 6-10, Sophomore, Texas A&M

    Noah Dickerson, 6-8, Junior, Washington

    Donte DiVincenzo, 6-5, RS-Sophomore, Villanova

    Torin Dorn, 6-6, Junior, NC State

    Nojel Eastern, 6-6, Freshman, Purdue

    Carsen Edwards, 6-1, Sophomore, Purdue

    Jon Elmore, 6-3, Junior, Marshall

    Bruno Fernando, 6-10, Freshman, Maryland

    Jarrey Foster, 6-6, Junior, SMU

    Melvin Frazier Jr., 6-6, Junior, Tulane

    Wenyen Gabriel, 6-9, Sophomore, Kentucky

    Tyler Hall, 6-4, Junior, Montana State

    Jaylen Hands, 6-3, Freshman, UCLA

    Ethan Happ, 6-10, Junior, Wisconsin

    Jalen Hudson, 6-6, Junior, Florida

    Dewan Huell, 6-11, Sophomore, Miami (FL)

    Kevin Huerter, 6-7, Sophomore, Maryland

    Tramaine Isabell, 6-1, Junior, Drexel

    DeAngelo Isby, 6-2, Junior, Utah State

    Justin James, 6-7, Junior, Wyoming

    Zach Johnson, 6-9, Junior, Florida Gulf Coast

    Christian Keeling, 6-4, Sophomore, Charleston Southern

    Sagaba Konate, 6-8, Sophomore, West Virginia

    Caleb Martin, 6-7, Junior, Nevada

    Cody Martin, 6-7, Junior, Nevada

    Charles Matthews, 6-6, Junior, Michigan

    Luke Maye, 6-8, Junior, North Carolina

    Jalen McDaniels, 6-10, Freshman, San Diego State

    Shake Milton, 6-6, Junior, SMU

    Elijah Minnie, 6-9, Junior, Eastern Michigan

    Shelton Mitchell, 6-3, Junior (RS), Clemson

    Takal Molson, 6-6, Freshman, Canisius

    Juwan Morgan, 6-8, Junior, Indiana

    Matt Morgan, 6-5, Junior, Cornell

    Isaiah Moss, 6-5, Sophomore, Iowa

    Josh Okogie, 6-4, Sophomore, Georgia Tech

    James Palmer Jr., 6-6, Junior, Nebraska

    Shamorie Ponds, 6-1, Sophomore, St. John’s

    Jontay Porter, 6-11, Freshman, Missouri

    Marcquise Reed, 6-3, Junior (RS), Clemson

    Trayvon Reed, 7-2, Junior, Texas Southern

    Isaiah Reese, 6-5, Sophomore, Canisius

    Kerwin Roach, 6-4, Junior, Texas

    Jerome Robinson, 6-6, Junior, Boston College

    Quinton Rose, 6-8, Sophomore, Temple

    Micah Seaborn, 6-5, Junior Monmouth

    Admiral Schofield, 6-5, Junior, Tennessee

    Chris Silva, 6-9, Junior, South Carolina

    Omari Spellman, 6-9, Freshman, Villanova

    Max Strus, 6-6, Junior, DePaul

    Khyri Thomas, 6-3, Junior, Creighton

    Reid Travis, 6-8, Junior, Stanford

    Jarred Vanderbilt, 6-9, Freshman, Kentucky

    Christian Vital, 6-2, Sophomore, UConn

    Jaylin Walker, 6-1, Junior, Kent State

    P.J. Washington, 6-7, Freshman, Kentucky

    Nick Ward, 6-8, Sophomore, Michigan State

    Nick Weatherspoon, 6-2, Freshman, Mississippi State

    Andrien White, 6-3, Junior, Charlotte

    Lindell Wigginton, 6-2, Freshman, Iowa State

    Austin Wiley, 6-11, Sophomore, Auburn

    Justin Wright-Foreman, 6-0, Junior, Hofstra

    Omer Yurtseven, 7-0, Sophomore, NC State


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