NBA draft 2017: Early entry list

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The 2017 NBA Draft is drawing closer, and with the majority of college teams done for the season, players have begun declaring for the draft.

NBA draft 2017: Early entry list

The 2017 NBA Draft is drawing closer, and with the majority of college teams done for the season, players have begun declaring for the draft.

The 2017 NBA Draft is drawing closer, and with the majority of college teams done for the season, players have begun declaring for the draft.

NCAA rules allow underclassmen to “test the waters” and go through the pre-draft process while retaining next year’s eligibility, provided they do not hire an agent. The early entry deadline is April 23, and college players have until 10 days after the draft combine (May 914) to withdraw from the pool.

Below is a list of notable underclassmen who have declared for the draft, some with the intent to remain in the pool and others on the fence.

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Dwayne Bacon, Florida State

Lonzo Ball, UCLA

Jawun Evans, Oklahoma State

Markelle Fultz, Washington

Harry Giles, Duke

Jonathan Isaac, Florida State

Tyler Lydon, Syracuse

Austin Nichols, Virginia

L.J. Peak, Georgetown

Ivan Rabb, Cal

Xavier Rathan-Mayes, Florida State

Dennis Smith Jr., NC State

Edmond Sumner, Xavier

Jayson Tatum, Duke

Deng Adel, Louisville

Jarrett Allen, Texas

Jeffrey Carroll, Oklahoma State

John Collins, Wake Forest

Angel Delgado, Seton Hall

Drew Eubanks, Oregon State

Marcus Keene, Central Michigan

Kyle Kuzma, Utah

B.J. Johnson, La Salle

Jaylen Johnson, Louisville

Eric Mika, BYU

Donovan Mitchell, Louisville

Semi Ojeleye, SMU

Cameron Oliver, Nevada

Corey Sanders, Rutgers

Trevor Thompson, Ohio State

Thomas Wilder, Western Michigan

Omer Yurtseven, NC State

This article was originally published on SI.com

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