2020 NBA Draft
2020 NBA Draft

2020 NBA Draft presented by State Farm early entry candidates update

Official release

Aug 21, 2020 1:05 PM ET

There are currently 72 players from colleges and other educational institutions and 36 international prospects that are considered early entry candidates for the 2020 NBA Draft presented by State Farm®. Ninety-two collegiate players and seven international players who had declared as early entry candidates have withdrawn their names from consideration. 

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 10 days prior to the 2020 NBA Draft.

The 2020 NBA Draft presented by State Farm will be held on Friday, October 16.

Here is the list of players from colleges and other educational institutions who remain early entry candidates for the 2020 NBA Draft presented by State Farm:

PlayerSchoolHeightStatus 
Precious AchiuwaMemphis6-9Freshman 
Milan AcquaahCalifornia Baptist6-3Junior 
Ty-Shon AlexanderCreighton6-4Junior 
Cole AnthonyNorth Carolina6-3Freshman 
Brendan BaileyMarquette6-8Sophomore 
Saddiq BeyVillanova6-8Sophomore 
Tyler BeyColorado6-7Junior 
Jermaine BishopNorfolk State6-1Junior 
Dachon Burke Jr.Nebraska6-4Junior 
Vernon Carey Jr.Duke6-10Freshman 
Nate DarlingDelaware6-5Junior 
Lamine DianeCSUN6-7Sophomore 
Devon DotsonKansas6-2Sophomore 
Anthony EdwardsGeorgia6-5Freshman 
CJ EllebyWashington State6-6Sophomore 
Malik FittsSt. Mary’s6-8Junior 
Malachi FlynnSan Diego State6-1Junior 
Tony Goodwin IIRedemption Academy (MA)6-6Post-Graduate 
Josh GreenArizona6-6Freshman 
Ashton HagansKentucky6-3Sophomore 
Tyrese HaliburtonIowa State6-5Sophomore 
Josh HallMoravian Prep (NC)6-8Post-Graduate 
Rayshaun HammondsGeorgia6-9Junior 
Jalen HarrisNevada6-5Junior 
Niven HartFresno State6-5Freshman 
Nate HintonHouston6-5Sophomore 
Elijah HughesSyracuse6-6Junior 
Isaiah JoeArkansas6-5Sophomore 
Dakari JohnsonCape Fear CC (NC)6-0Freshman 
C.J. JonesMTSU6-5Junior 
Mason JonesArkansas6-5Junior 
Tre JonesDuke6-3Sophomore 
Saben LeeVanderbilt6-2Junior 
Micheal LenoirCreating Young Minds Acad. (TX)5-9Post-Graduate 
Kira Lewis Jr.Alabama6-3Sophomore 
Nico MannionArizona6-3Freshman 
Naji MarshallXavier6-7Junior 
Kenyon Martin Jr.IMG Academy (FL)6-7Post-Graduate 
Tyrese MaxeyKentucky6-3Freshman 
Jaden McDanielsWashington6-9Freshman 
Isiaha MikeSMU6-8Junior 
EJ MontgomeryKentucky6-10Sophomore 
Aaron NesmithVanderbilt6-6Sophomore 
Zeke NnajiArizona6-11Freshman 
Jordan NworaLouisville6-7Junior 
Onyeka OkongwuUSC6-9Freshman 
Isaac OkoroAuburn6-6Freshman 
Daniel OturuMinnesota6-10Sophomore 
Reggie PerryMississippi State6-10Sophomore 
Filip PetrusevGonzaga6-11Sophomore 
Nate Pierre-LouisTemple6-4Junior 
Immanuel QuickleyKentucky6-3Sophomore 
Jahmi’us RamseyTexas Tech6-4Freshman 
Paul Reed Jr.DePaul6-9Junior 
Nick RichardsKentucky6-11Junior 
Jayden ScrubbJohn A. Logan College (IL)6-6Sophomore 
Jalen SmithMaryland6-10Sophomore 
Cassius StanleyDuke6-6Freshman 
Isaiah StewartWashington6-9Freshman 
Tyrell TerryStanford6-1Freshman 
Xavier Tillman Sr.Michigan State6-8Junior 
Obi ToppinDayton6-9Sophomore 
Jordan TuckerButler6-7Junior 
Devin VassellFlorida State6-6Sophomore 
Nick WeatherspoonMississippi State6-2Junior 
Kaleb WessonOhio State6-9Junior 
Kahlil WhitneyKentucky6-6Freshman 
Emmitt WilliamsLSU6-6Sophomore 
Patrick WilliamsFlorida State6-8Freshman 
James WisemanMemphis7-1Freshman 
Robert Woodard IIMississippi State6-7Sophomore 
Omer YurtsevenGeorgetown7-0Junior 

 

Following is a list of international players who remain early entry candidates for the 2020 NBA Draft presented by State Farm:

PlayerTeam/Country of TeamHeightStatus
Deni AvdijaMaccabi Tel Aviv (Israel)6-82001 DOB
Brancou BadioBarcelona (Spain)6-31999 DOB
Darko BajoSplit (Croatia)6-101999 DOB
Marek BlazevicRytas (Lithuania)6-102001 DOB
Adrian BoguckiRadom (Poland)7-11999 DOB
Leandro BolmaroBarcelona (Spain)6-62000 DOB
Henri DrellPesaro (Italy)6-92000 DOB
Imru DukeZentro Basket (Spain)6-81999 DOB
Michele EbelingKleb Ferrara (Italy)6-91999 DOB
Paul EbouaPesaro (Italy)6-82000 DOB
Osas EhigiatorFuenlabrada (Spain)6-101999 DOB
Joel EkambaLimoges (France)6-52001 DOB
Miguel GonzalezBaskonia (Spain)6-71999 DOB
Killian HayesRatiopharm Ulm (Germany)6-52001 DOB
Sehmus HazerBandirma (Turkey)6-31999 DOB
Rokas JokubaitisZalgiris (Lithuania)6-42000 DOB
Georgios KalaitzakisNevezis (Lithuania)6-81999 DOB
Vit KrejciZaragoza (Spain)6-82000 DOB
Arturs KurucsVEF Riga (Latvia)6-32000 DOB
Yam MadarHapoel Tel Aviv (Israel)6-22000 DOB
Theo MaledonASVEL (France)6-42001 DOB
Karim ManeVanier (Canada)6-52000 DOB
Sergi MartinezBarcelona (Spain)6-81999 DOB
Nikola MiskovicMega Bemax (Serbia)6-101999 DOB
Aristide MouahaRoseto (Italy)6-32000 DOB
Caio PachecoBahia Basket (Argentina)6-31999 DOB
Joel ParraJoventut (Spain)6-82000 DOB
Aleksej PokusevskiOlympiacos (Greece)7-02001 DOB
Sander RaiesteKalev/Cramo (Estonia)6-91999 DOB
Nikolaos RogkavopoulosAEK (Greece)6-82001 DOB
Njegos SikirasFuenlabrada (Spain)6-91999 DOB
Marko SimonovicMega Bemax (Serbia)6-111999 DOB
Mouhamed ThiamNanterre (France)6-92001 DOB
Aboubacar TraoreDynasty Sports Institute (Canada)6-42001 DOB
Uros TrifunovicPartizan (Serbia)6-72000 DOB
Arnas VelickaPrienai (Lithuania)6-41999 DOB


Here is the list of players from colleges and other educational institutions who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2020 NBA Draft presented by State Farm:

PlayerSchoolHeightStatus 
Jordyn AdamsAustin Peay6-3Freshman 
Abdul AdoMississippi State6-11Junior 
Timmy AllenUtah6-6Sophomore 
Derrick Alston Jr.Boise State6-9Junior 
Joel AyayiGonzaga6-5Sophomore 
Jomaru BrownEastern Kentucky6-2Sophomore 
Marcus BurkIUPUI6-3Junior 
Jordan BurnsColgate6-0Junior 
Jared ButlerBaylor6-3Sophomore 
Manny CamperSiena6-7Junior 
Marcus CarrMinnesota6-2Sophomore 
Tamenang ChohBrown6-5Junior 
Kofi CockburnIllinois7-0Freshman 
David CollinsSouth Florida6-3Junior 
Zach CooksNJIT5-9Junior 
Jalen CrutcherDayton6-1Junior 
Ryan DalySt. Joseph’s6-5Junior 
Darius DaysLSU6-6Sophomore 
Dexter DennisWichita State6-5Sophomore 
Ayo DosunmuIllinois6-5Sophomore 
Nojel EasternPurdue6-7Junior 
Mason FaulknerWestern Carolina6-1Junior 
LJ FigueroaSt. John’s6-6Junior 
Blake FrancisRichmond6-0Junior 
Hasahn FrenchSt. Louis6-7Junior 
DJ FunderburkNC State6-10Junior 
Both GachUtah6-6Sophomore 
Alonzo GaffneyOhio State6-9Freshman 
Luka GarzaIowa6-11Junior 
Jacob GilyardRichmond5-9Junior 
Grant GoldenRichmond6-10Junior 
Jordan GoodwinSt. Louis6-3Junior 
Jayvon GravesBuffalo6-3Junior 
AJ GreenNorthern Iowa6-4Sophomore 
Darin Green Jr.UCF6-4Freshman 
Aaron HenryMichigan State6-6Sophomore 
Jalen HillUCLA6-10Sophomore 
Jay HuffVirginia7-1Junior 
Feron HuntSMU6-8Sophomore 
Chance HunterLong Beach State6-6Sophomore 
DeJon JarreauHouston6-5Junior 
Damien JeffersonCreighton6-5Junior 
Jalen JohnsonLouisiana6-7Junior 
Andre JonesNicholls State6-4Junior 
Herbert JonesAlabama6-7Junior 
Corey KispertGonzaga6-7Junior 
Kameron LangleyNC A&T6-2Junior 
AJ LawsonSouth Carolina6-6Sophomore 
Matt LewisJames Madison6-5Junior 
Isaiah LiversMichigan6-7Junior 
Denzel MahoneyCreighton6-5Junior 
Makur MakerPacific Academy (CA)7-0Post-Graduate 
Sandro MamukelashviliSeton Hall6-11Junior 
Tre MannFlorida6-4Freshman 
Remy MartinArizona State6-0Junior 
Mac McClungGeorgetown6-2Sophomore 
Isaiah MillerUNCG6-0Junior 
Matt MitchellSan Diego State6-6Junior 
Andrew NembhardFlorida6-5Sophomore 
Obadiah NoelMassachusetts-Lowell6-4Junior 
Elijah OlaniyiStony Brook6-5Junior 
John Petty Jr.Alabama6-5Junior 
Xavier PinsonMissouri6-2Sophomore 
Yves PonsTennessee6-6Junior 
Darius QuisenberryYoungstown State6-1Sophomore 
Colbey RossPepperdine6-1Junior 
Fatts RussellRhode Island5-10Junior 
Joe SaterfieldRanger CC (TX)6-4Freshm 
Aamir SimmsClemson6-9Junior 
Ja’Vonte SmartLSU6-4Sophomore 
Chris SmithUCLA6-9Junior 
Collin SmithUCF6-11Junior 
Justin SmithIndiana6-7Junior 
Mitchell SmithMissouri6-10Junior 
Stef SmithVermont6-1Junior 
Ben StanleyHampton6-6Sophomore 
Parker StewartUT-Martin6-5Sophomore 
Terry TaylorAustin Peay6-5Junior 
MaCio TeagueBaylor6-3Junior 
Justin ThomasMorehead State5-11Junior 
Ethan ThompsonOregon State6-5Junior 
Jeremiah TilmonMissouri6-10Junior 
Alonzo Verge Jr.Arizona State6-3Junior 
Chris VogtCincinnati7-1Junior 
CJ WalkerOhio State6-1Junior 
Trendon WatfordLSU6-9Freshman 
Ibi WatsonDayton6-5Junior 
Jarrod WestMarshall5-11Junior 
Romello WhiteArizona State6-8Junior 
DeAndre WilliamsEvansville6-9Sophomore 
Keith WilliamsCincinnati6-5Junior 
McKinley Wright IVColorado6-0Junior 

 

Here is the list of international players who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2020 NBA Draft presented by State Farm:

PlayerTeam/Country of TeamHeightStatus
Berke AtarMZT Skopje (Macedonia)6-111999 DOB
Philippe BayeheRoseto (Italy)6-91999 DOB
Vinicius Da SilvaPrat (Spain)7-02001 DOB
Selim FofanaNeuchatel (Switzerland)6-31999 DOB
Dut MaborRoseto (Italy)7-12001 DOB
Yigitcan SaybirAnadolu Efes (Turkey)6-71999 DOB
Andrii VoinalovychKhimik (Ukraine)6-101999 DOB

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