NBA releases early draft entries list

Jamal Murray #23 of the Kentucky Wildcats shoots against Thomas Bryant #31 of the Indiana Hoosiers in the second half during the second round of the 2016 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Wells Fargo Arena on March 19, 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa.

The NBA released Tuesday a list of 162 players who filed for early entry into the 2016 draft.

There were 117 college players and 45 international players who submitted a letter for early entry by the Sunday deadline.

The applicants can withdraw their names until June 13, but college underclassmen who wish to retain their eligibility must pull out by May 25.

The NBA Draft will be held June 23.

The college players who declared to enter the draft are:

Abdul-Malik Abu, North Carolina State, 6-foot-8, sophomore

Rosco Allen, Stanford, 6-9, junior

Tony Anderson, Southeast Missouri State, 6-9, freshman

BeeJay Anya, North Carolina State, 6-9, junior

Brandon Austin, Northwest Florida State, 6-6, sophomore

Ian Baker, New Mexico State, 6-0, junior

Wade Baldwin IV, Vanderbilt, 6-3, sophomore

Anthony Barber, North Carolina State, 6-2, junior

V.J. Beachem, Notre Dame, 6-8, junior

Malik Beasley, Florida State, 6-5, freshman

DeAndre Bembry, St. Joseph’s, 6-6, junior

Ben Bentil, Providence, 6-9, sophomore

James Blackmon Jr., Indiana, 6-4, sophomore

Antonio Blakeney, LSU, 6-4, freshman

Jaron Blossomgame, Clemson, 6-7, junior

Trevon Bluiett, Xavier, 6-6, sophomore

Amida Brimah, Connecticut, 7-0, junior

Isaiah Briscoe, Kentucky, 6-3, freshman

Dillon Brooks, Oregon, 6-7, sophomore

Elijah Brown, New Mexico, 6-4, sophomore

Jaylen Brown, California, 6-7, freshman

Lamous Brown, Utah State U-Eastern (CC), 7-0, sophomore

Deonte Burton, Iowa State, 6-4, junior

Antonio Campbell, Ohio, 6-10, junior

Kareem Canty, Auburn, 6-0, junior

Robert Carter Jr., Maryland, 6-9, junior

Marquese Chriss, Washington, 6-9, freshman

Conor Clifford, Washington State, 7-0, junior

Charles Cooke III, Dayton, 6-5, junior

Bakari Copeland, Maryland-Eastern Shore, 6-6 , junior

Deyonta Davis, Michigan State, 6-10, freshman

Moustapha Diagne, Northwest Florida State, 6-9, freshman

Cheick Diallo, Kansas, 6-9, freshman

Tyler Dorsey, Oregon, 6-5, freshman

D’andre Downey, Stillman College (AL), 6-9, junior

Kris Dunn, Providence, 6-4, junior

Vince Edwards, Purdue, 6-8, sophomore

Henry Ellenson, Marquette, 6-11, freshman

Kay Felder, Oakland, 5-9, junior

Brannen Greene, Kansas, 6-7, junior

Jimmy Hall, Kent State, 6-8, junior

Daniel Hamilton, Connecticut, 6-7, sophomore

Cedric Happi Noube, Virginia Union, 6-7, junior

Jordan Hare, Rhode Island, 6-10, junior

Josh Hart, Villanova, 6-5, junior

Josh Hawkinson, Washington State, 6-10, junior

Nigel Hayes, Wisconsin, 6-8, junior

Brandon Ingram, Duke, 6-9, freshman

Ike Iroegbu, Washington State, 6-2, junior

Demetrius Jackson, Notre Dame, 6-1, junior

Justin Jackson, North Carolina, 6-8, sophomore

Julian Jacobs, USC, 6-4, junior

Stefan Jankovic, Hawaii, 6-11, junior

Anthony January, Cal State-San Bernardino 6-8, sophomore

Kris Jenkins, Villanova, 6-6, junior

Que Johnson, Washington State, 6-5, junior

Peter Jok, Iowa, 6-6, junior

Damian Jones, Vanderbilt, 7-0, junior

Derrick Jones Jr., UNLV, 6-7, freshman

Nikola Jovanovic, USC, 6-11, junior

Moses Kingsley, Arkansas, 6-10, junior

Travion Kirkendoll, Centenary College (LA), 6-3, sophomore

Skal Labissiere, Kentucky, 6-11, freshman

Jermaine Lawrence, Manhattan, 6-10, sophomore

Dedric Lawson, Memphis, 6-9, freshman

Marcus Lee, Kentucky, 6-9, junior

Thon Maker, Orangeville Prep, 7-0, Post-Graduate

Emmanuel Malou, Yuba CC (CA), 6-9, sophomore

Makai Mason, Yale, 6-1, sophomore

Patrick McCaw, UNLV, 6-7, sophomore

Zak McLaughlin, Gadsden State CC (AL), 6-9, freshman

Jahmal McMurray, South Florida, 6-0, freshman

Kennedy Meeks, North Carolina, 6-10, junior

Dallas Moore, North Florida, 6-1, junior

Jalen Moore, Utah State, 6-9, junior

Dejounte Murray, Washington, 6-5, freshman

Jamal Murray, Kentucky, 6-4, freshman

Mamadou Ndiaye, UC-Irvine, 7-6, junior

Tyrell Nelson, Gardner-Webb, 6-7, junior

Malik Newman, Mississippi State, 6-3, freshman

Marc-Eddy Norelia, Florida Gulf Coast, 6-8, junior

Chris Obekpa, St. John’s, 6-10, junior

Goodluck Okonoboh, UNLV, 6-10, sophomore

Cameron Oliver, Nevada, 6-8, freshman

Chinanu Onuaku, Louisville, 6-10, sophomore

Alec Peters, Valparaiso, 6-9, junior

QJ Peterson, VMI, 6-0, junior

Jakob Poeltl, Utah, 7-0, sophomore

Malik Pope, San Diego State, 6-10, sophomore

Rodney Purvis, Connecticut, 6-4, junior

Tim Quarterman, LSU, 6-6, junior

Jalen Reynolds, Xavier, 6-10, junior

Malachi Richardson, Syracuse, 6-6, freshman

Domantas Sabonis, Gonzaga, 6-11, sophomore

Corey Sanders Jr. Rutgers, 6-2, freshman

Wayne Selden Jr. Kansas, 6-5, junior

Ingrid Sewa, Arizona Western (CC), 6-9, sophomore

Pascal Siakam, New Mexico State, 6-9, sophomore

Ben Simmons, LSU, 6-10, freshman

Diamond Stone, Maryland, 6-11, freshman

Caleb Swanigan, Purdue, 6-9, freshman

Isaiah Taylor, Texas, 6-1, junior

Rakish Taylor, Anderson University (SC) 6-7, junior

Ethan Telfair, Idaho State, 6-0, junior

Trevor Thompson, Ohio State, 6-11, sophomore

Melo Trimble, Maryland, 6-3, sophomore

Tyler Ulis, Kentucky, 5-9, sophomore

Aaron Valdes, Hawaii, 6-5, junior

Maurice Watson Jr. Creighton, 5-10, junior

James Webb III, Boise State, 6-9, junior

Andrew White III, Nebraska, 6-7, junior

Isaiah Whitehead, Seton Hall, 6-4, sophomore

Devin Williams, West Virginia, 6-9, junior

Troy Williams, Indiana, 6-7, junior

Alec Wintering, Portland, 5-11, junior

Zeek Woodley, Northwestern State, 6-2, junior

Stephen Zimmerman, UNLV, 7-0, freshman

Source: MSN Sports

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