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NBA Draft 2019: Early-entry list for top prospects who have declared

The early-entry deadline for the 2019 NBA Draft is fast approaching with the window open until April 21 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

A few college basketball stars like Murray State's Ja Morant and Purdue's Carsen Edwards have already made their intentions known, but there are plenty of other potential first-round picks who are still on the fence. Which top prospects will declare as part of this year's draft class?

MORE: 13 of the most ill-timed NBA Draft early-entry decisions

NBA commissioner Adam Silver won't announce the picks until draft night on June 20, but it's never too early to see who will be available for the NBA's top tankers. Here are the underclassmen who have declared so far.

(For a better idea of where these players might land on draft night, check out SN's latest NBA Mock Draft here.)

NBA Draft 2019: Early-entry list for top prospects


Name Position College
Bol Bol Center Oregon
Carsen Edwards Guard Purdue
Coby White Guard North Carolina
Daniel Gafford Forward Arkansas
Darius Garland Guard Vanderbilt
Ja Morant Guard Murray State
Jordan Bone Guard Tennessee
Ky Bowman Guard Boston College
Nassir Little Forward North Carolina
Nickeil Alexander-Walker Guard Virginia Tech
Romeo Langford Guard Indiana
Talen Horton-Tucker Guard Iowa State
Tyus Battle Guard Syracuse


Name Position College
Zion Williamson Forward Duke
R.J. Barrett Guard Duke
Cam Reddish Forward Duke
Jarrett Culver Guard Texas Tech
De'Andre Hunter Forward Virginia
Jaxson Hayes Forward Texas
Rui Hachimura Forward Gonzaga
Brandon Clarke Forward Gonzaga
Sekou Doumbouya Forward France
Keldon Johnson Forward Kentucky
P.J. Washington Forward Kentucky
Jontay Porter Forward Missouri
KZ Okpala Forward Stanford
Grant Williams Forward Tennessee
Kevin Porter Guard Southern California
Tre Jones Guard Duke
Tyler Herro Guard Kentucky
Luguentz Dort Guard Arizona State
Bruno Fernando Forward Maryland

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