NBA Draft prospects to declare for 2022: updated list of college basketball players leaving early

As March Madness draws to a close and the college basketball season draws to a close, it’s time to focus on the 2022 NBA Draft.

The 2022 NBA draft is scheduled for Thursday, June 23, but there are key dates ahead for prospects who decide to put their name in the draft pool.

Players have already started declaring themselves for the draft – some with an agent, giving up their remaining eligibility, and others who are just testing the waters and can return to college next season if they choose.

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Take a look at some key deadlines for the 2022 NBA Draft:

2022 NBA Draft Key Dates

  • April 24: The deadline for early entry subclasses wishing to declare for the draft
  • May 16-22: The NBA Draft Combine 2022 in Chicago, Illinois
  • May 17: The 2022 NBA Draft Lottery in Chicago, Illinois
  • June 1: The deadline for early entry undergraduates who wish to maintain their college eligibility
  • June 13: The final deadline for all potential applicants (academic and international) to remove their name from the project

Which prospects have already declared themselves for the 2022 NBA Draft? We’ve got you covered below.

(Note: This list does not include college seniors. Last updated April 20.)

2022 NBA Draft Early Entrants
name school Position Age
Fardaw Aimaq Utah Valley C/F J.R.
Paolo Banchero duke F IN
Malaki Branham ohio state g IN
Kendall Brown Baylor F IN
Julien Champagnie St. John’s F J.R.
Kennedy Chandler Tennessee g IN
Max Christi state of michigan g IN
Advice Ricky IV Wichita State g SO
Johnny Davis Wisconsin G/F SO
Jalen Duren Memphis VS IN
Tari Reason USL F IN
Jordan Room Saint Joseph F SO
Harrison Ingram Stanford F IN
Jaden Ivey Purdue g SO
jadeen jones Rutgers g IN
Walker Kesler Auburn VS SO
Jake LaRavia WakeForest F J.R.
EJ Liddell ohio state F J.R.
Kenneth Lofton Jr. Louisiana Technology F SO
BJ Mac Wofford F/C J.R.
Benoit Mathurin Arizona g SO
Kevin McCullar Texas technology g J.R.
Bryce McGowens Nebraska F IN
Josh Minott Memphis F IN
Makhel Mitchell Rhode Island F/C SO
Makhi Mitchell Rhode Island F/C SO
Iverson Molinar Mississippi State g J.R.
Keegan Murray Iowa F SO
Jordan Nesbitt Saint Louis g SO
Lamar Norman West Michigan g J.R.
Josh Oduro George Mason F J.R.
Gus Okafor Southeast Louisiana F J.R.
Pack Nijel Kansas State g SO
Scotty Pippen Jr. Vanderbilt g J.R.
Nate Roberts Washington F J.R.
David Roddy state of colorado F J.R.
Baylor Scheiermann state of south dakota F J.R.
Jabari Smith Jr. Auburn F IN
Drew Timme Gonzaga F J.R.
Santiago Vescovi Tennessee g J.R.
Jabari walker Colorado F SO
Ty Ty Washington Kentucky g IN
peyton watson UCLA F IN
Blake Wesley our Lady g IN
Donovan Williams UNLV G/F J.R.
Mark Williams duke VS SO

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