NBA Draft prospects 2022: Complete list of early entrants, international players and notable players to withdraw

The 2022 NBA Draft is fast approaching and so are important draft-related deadlines.

Ahead of the draft, which is set for Thursday, June 23, early-entry candidates were given set deadlines to withdraw their names from the NBA Draft. While draft candidates in the NCAA needed to make a decision by 11:59 pm ET on June 1, remaining early-entry candidates – namely international prospects – have until 5 pm ET on June 13.

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As important deadlines loom, find a list of early-entry candidates for the 2022 NBA Draft as well as a list of notable players that have withdrawn from the draft.

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Early-entry candidates for 2022 NBA Draft

NCAA early entrants

(Note: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, seniors were granted an extra year of eligibility. The below players listed as seniors declined an additional year to play.)

Name School Height Status
Jalen Adaway St. Bonaventure 6-5 Senior
Ochai Agbaji Kansas 6-5 Senior
James Akinjo Baylor 6-11 Junor
Teddy Allen New Mexico State 6-6 Senior
Keve Aluma Virginia Tech 6-9 Senior
Eric Ayala Maryland 6-5 Senior
Marcus Azor UMass Dartmouth 6-2 Senior
David Azore UT Arlington 6-4 Senior
Patrick Baldwin Jr. Milwaukee 6-9 Freshman
Paolo Banchero Duke 6-10 Freshman
Evan Battey Colorado 6-8 Senior
Justin Bean Utah State 6-7 Senior
Jules Bernard UCLA 6-6 Senior
Jamal Bieniemy UTEP 6-5 Senior
Marcus Bingham Jr. Michigan State 6-11 Senior
Buddy Boeheim Syracuse 6-6 Senior
Luka Brajkovic Davidson 6-10 Senior
Malaki Branham Ohio State 6-5 Freshman
Christian Braun Kansas 6-6 Junior
Isaiah Brockington Iowa State 6-4 Senior
Gabe Brown Michigan State 6-7 Senior
Kendall Brown Baylor 6-8 Freshman
Tevin Brown Murray State 6-5 Senior
John Butler Jr. Florida State 7-1 Freshman
Maurice Calloo Oregon State 6-10 Senior
Julian Champagnie St. John’s 6-8 Junior
Kennedy Chandler Tennessee 6-0 Freshman
Max Christie Michigan State 6-6 Freshman
Kofi Cockburn Illinois 7-0 Junior
RJ Cole Connecticut 6-1 Senior
Vince Cole Coastal Carolina 6-6 Senior
George Conditt IV Iowa State 6-10 Senior
Johnny Davis Wisconsin 6-5 Sophomore
JD Davison Alabama 6-3 Freshman
Darius Days LSU 6-7 Senior
Dhieu Deing UTSA 6-5 Junior
Adrian Delph Appalachian State 6-3 Senior
Michael Devoe Georgia Tech 6-5 Senior
Moussa Diabate Michigan 6-11 Freshman
Jalen Duren Memphis 6-11 Freshman
Anthony Duruji Florida 6-7 Senior
Tari Eason LSU 6-8 Sophomore
Kyler Edwards Houston 6-4 Senior
Keon Ellis Alabama 6-6 Senior
Tyson Etienne Wichita State 6-2 Junior
Javon Freeman-Liberty DePaul 6-4 Senior
Both Gach Utah 6-6 Senior
AJ Green Northern Iowa 6-4 Junior
AJ Griffin Duke 6-6 Freshman
Jordan Hall St. Joseph’s 6-7 Sophomore
Bryce Hamilton UNLV 6-4 Senior
Ron Harper Jr. Rutgers 6-6 Senior
DJ Harvey Detroit 6-6 Senior
Jericole Hellems North Carolina State 6-7 Senior
Chet Holmgren Gonzaga 7-0 Freshman
Caleb Houstan Michigan 6-8 Freshman
Trevor Hudgins Northwest Missouri State 6-0 Senior
Bodie Hume Northern Colorado 6-6 Senior
Austin Hutcherson Illinois 6-6 Junior
Jaden Ivey Purdue 6-4 Sophomore
Drake Jeffries Wyoming 6-5 Senior
Andrew Jones Texas 6-4 Senior
DeVante ‘Jones Michigan 6-1 Senior
Jaden Jones Rutgers 6-8 Freshman
Johnny Juzang UCLA 6-6 Junior
Trevor Keels Duke 6-4 Freshman
Walker Kessler Auburn 7-1 Sophomore
Noah Kirkwood Harvard 6-7 Senior
Peter Kiss Bryant 6-5 Senior
Christian Koloko Arizona 7-1 Junior
Jake LaRavia Wake Forest 6-8 Junior
Hyunjung Lee Davidson 6-7 Junior
Justin Lewis Marquette 6-7 Sophomore
EJ Liddell Ohio State 6-7 Junior
Kenneth Lofton Jr. Louisiana Tech 6-8 Sophomore
Tyrese Martin Connecticut 6-6 Senior
Bennedict Mathurin Arizona 6-6 Sophomore
David McCormack Kansas 6-10 Senior
Bryce McGowens Nebraska 6-7 Freshman
Trey McGowens Nebraska 6-4 Senior
Justin Minaya Providence 6-6 Senior
Josh Minott Memphis 6-8 Freshman
Isaiah Mobley USC 6-10 Junior
Aminu Mohammed Georgetown 6-5 Freshman
Iverson Molinar Mississippi State 6-3 Junior
Wendell Moore Jr. Duke 6-5 Junior
Isaiah Mucius Wake Forest 6-8 Senior
Grayson Murphy Belmont 6-3 Senior
Keegan Murray Iowa 6-8 Sophomore
Nick Muszynski Belmont 6-11 Senior
Andrew Nembhard Gonzaga 6-5 Senior
JD Notae Arkansas 6-1 Senior
Ike Obiagu Seton Hall 7-2 Senior
Edward Oliver-Hampton South Carolina State 6-8 Senior
Shareef O’Neal LSU 6-10 Junior
Malik Osborne Florida State 6-9 Senior
Scotty Pippen Jr. Vanderbilt 6-3 Junior
Anthony Polite Florida State 6-6 Senior
Lester Quinones Memphis 6-5 Junior
MJ Randolph Florida A&M 6-4 Senior
AJ Reeves Providence 6-6 Senior
Jared Rhoden Seton Hall 6-6 Senior
Orlando Robinson Fresno State 7-0 Junior
David Roddy Colorado State 6-5 Junior
Ryan Rollins Toledo 6-4 Sophomore
Dereon Seabron North Carolina State 6-7 Sophomore
Ronald Segu Buffalo 6-0 Senior
Jaden Shackelford Alabama 6-3 Junior
Shaedon Sharpe Kentucky 6-6 Freshman
Jalen Sims UNC-Wilmington 6-6 Senior
Jabari Smith Jr. Auburn 6-10 Freshman
Jeremy Sochan Baylor 6-9 Freshman
Amadou Sow Santa Barbara 6-9 Senior
Seth Stanley Hendrix College (AR) 6-7 Senior
Gabe Stefanini San Francisco 6-3 Senior
Sasha Stefanovic Purdue 6-5 Senior
Cole Swider Syracuse 6-9 Senior
AJ Taylor Grambling 6-7 Junior
Dalen Terry Arizona 6-7 Sophomore
Au’Diese Toney Arkansas 6-6 Senior
Ryan Turrell Yeshiva (NY) 6-7 Senior
Jabari Walker Colorado 6-9 Sophomore
Dallas Walton Wake Forest 7-0 Senior
TyTy Washington Jr. Kentucky 6-3 Freshman
Peyton Watson UCLA 6-8 Freshman
Collin Welp UC Irvine 6-9 Senior
Blake Wesley Notre Dame 6-5 Freshman
Aaron Wheeler St. John’s 6-9 Senior
Khristien White Southwest Christian 6-3 Senior
Donovan Williams UNLV 6-6 Junior
Jalen Williams Santa Clara 6-6 Junior
Jaylin Williams Arkansas 6-10 Sophomore
Jeenathan Williams Buffalo 6-5 Senior
Mark Williams Duke 7-0 Sophomore
Trevion Williams Purdue 6-10 Senior
Vince Williams Jr. VCU 6-6 Senior

Notable players to withdraw

Name School Height Status
Max Abmas Oral Roberts 6-1 Junior
Fardaws Aimaq Utah Valley / Texas Tech 6-11 Junior
Trayce Jackson-Davis Indiana 6-9 Junior
Leonard Miller International (Canada) 6-10 2003 DOB
Terquavion Smith North Carolina State 6-4 Freshman
Drew Timme Gonzaga 6-10 Junior
Jacob Toppin Kentucky 6-9 Junior
Santiago Vescovi Tennessee 6-3 Junior
Isaiah Wong Miami 6-3 Junior

International early entrants

Name Team (Country of team) Height Status
Ibou Badji Lleida (Spain) 7-2 2002 DOB
Hugo Benitez Bourg (France) 6-3 2001 DOB
Hugo Besson New Zealand (Australia) 6-3 2001 DOB
Kay Bruhnke Bayreuth (Germany) 6-9 2001 DOB
Ousmane Dieng New Zealand (Australia) 6-9 2003 DOB
Tom Digbeu Brisbane (Australia) 6-5 2001 DOB
Khalifa Diop Gran Canaria (Spain) 7-1 2002 DOB
Lovro Gnjidic Cibona (Croatia) 6-6 2001 DOB
Fallou Gueye US Ouakam (Senegal) 6-6 2003 DOB
Justus Hollatz Hamburg (Germany) 6-3 2001 DOB
Millan Jimenez Valencia (Spain) 6-5 2002 DOB
Nikola Jovic Mega (Serbia) 6-10 2003 DOB
Ismael Kamagate Paris (France) 6-11 2001 DOB
Yannick Kraag Joventut (Spain) 6-8 2002 DOB
Leo Menalo Stella Azzurra (Italy) 6-10 2002 DOB
Yannick Nzosa Unicaja (Spain) 6-10 2003 DOB
Leonardo Okeke Monferrato (Italy) 6-9 2003 DOB
Jaime Pradilla Valencia (Spain) 6-9 2001 DOB
Gabriele Procida Fortitudo Bologna (Italy) 6-6 2002 DOB
Ziga Samar Fuenlabrada (Spain) 6-6 2001 DOB
Gui Santos Minas (Brazil) 6-8 2002 DOB
Pavel Savkov Baskonia (Spain) 6-7 2002 DOB
Luka Scuka Cedevita (Slovenia) 6-10 2002 DOB
Matteo Spagnolo Cremona (Italy) 6-4 2003 DOB
Emil Stoilov Estudiantes (Spain) 6-11 2002 DOB
Giorgios Tanoulis Promitheas (Greece) 6-11 2002 DOB
Luke Travers Perth (Australia) 6-7 2001 DOB
Keye Van Der Vuurst De Vries Oostende (Belgium) 6-4 2001 DOB
Nicolas Vanel Monaco (France) 6-4 2003 DOB

When is the 2022 NBA Draft?

  • Date: Thursday, June 23
  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

The 2022 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 23 at 7:30 pm ET.

2022 NBA Draft TV channel, how to live stream

  • TV channels: ABC, ESPN
  • Live stream: Watch ESPN

The 2022 NBA Draft will be broadcast on ABC and ESPN. ABC and ESPN will both air the first round of the draft, while ESPN will air the second round.

Where is the 2022 NBA Draft?

The 2022 NBA Draft will return to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY for the ninth year.

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