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NBA Announces Early Entry Candidates for 2020 NBA Draft Presented

The National Basketball Association has on Wednesday announced that 205 players — 163 players from colleges and other educational institutions and 42 international players — have filed as early entry candidates for the 2020 NBA Draft presented by State Farm.

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.

Following is the list of players from colleges and other educational institutions who have applied for early entry into the 2020 NBA Draft.

EARLY ENTRY CANDIDATES FOR 2020 NBA DRAFT

PlayerSchoolHeightStatus
Precious AchiuwaMemphis6-9Freshman
Milan AcquaahCalifornia Baptist6-3Junior
Jordyn AdamsAustin Peay6-3Freshman
Abdul AdoMississippi State6-11Junior
Ty-Shon AlexanderCreighton6-4Junior
Timmy AllenUtah6-6Sophomore
Derrick Alston Jr.Boise State6-9Junior
Cole AnthonyNorth Carolina6-3Freshman
Joel AyayiGonzaga6-5Sophomore
Brendan BaileyMarquette6-8Sophomore
Saddiq BeyVillanova6-8Sophomore
Tyler BeyColorado6-7Junior
Jermaine BishopNorfolk State6-1Junior
Jomaru BrownEastern Kentucky6-2Sophomore
Marcus BurkIUPUI6-3Junior
Dachon Burke Jr.Nebraska6-4Junior
Jordan BurnsColgate6-0Junior
Jared ButlerBaylor6-3Sophomore
Manny CamperSiena6-7Junior
Vernon Carey Jr.Duke6-10Freshman
Marcus CarrMinnesota6-2Sophomore
Tamenang ChohBrown6-5Junior
Kofi CockburnIllinois7-0Freshman
David CollinsSouth Florida6-3Junior

 

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Early Entry Candidates for 2020 NBA Draft

PlayerSchoolHeightStatus
Zach CooksNJIT5-9Junior
Jalen CrutcherDayton6-1Junior
Ryan DalySt. Joseph’s6-5Junior
Nate DarlingDelaware6-5Junior
Darius DaysLSU6-6Sophomore
Dexter DennisWichita State6-5Sophomore
Lamine DianeCSUN6-7Sophomore
Ayo DosunmuIllinois6-5Sophomore
Devon DotsonKansas6-2Sophomore
Nojel EasternPurdue6-7Junior
Anthony EdwardsGeorgia6-5Freshman
CJ EllebyWashington State6-6Sophomore
Mason FaulknerWestern Carolina6-1Junior
LJ FigueroaSt. John’s6-6Junior
Malik FittsSt. Mary’s6-8Junior
Malachi FlynnSan Diego State6-1Junior
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
Tony Goodwin IIRedemption Academy (MA)6-6Post-Graduate
Jayvon GravesBuffalo6-3Junior
AJ GreenNorthern Iowa6-4Sophomore
Darin Green Jr.UCF6-4Freshman
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
Aaron HenryMichigan State6-6Sophomore
Jalen HillUCLA6-10Sophomore
Nate HintonHouston6-5Sophomore
Jay HuffVirginia7-1Junior
Elijah HughesSyracuse6-6Junior
Feron HuntSMU6-8Sophomore
Chance HunterLong Beach State6-6Sophomore
DeJon JarreauHouston6-5Junior
Damien JeffersonCreighton6-5Junior
Isaiah JoeArkansas6-5Sophomore

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