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100 Players Withdraw From The 2018 NBA Draft

One hundred players have notified the NBA that they wish to be removed from the list of “early entry” players eligible for selection in the 2018 NBA Draft.

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One hundred players have notified the NBA that they wish to be removed from the list of “early entry” players eligible for selection in the 2018 NBA Draft presented by State Farm.

Following the NBA’s early entry withdrawal deadline of 5 p.m. ET on June 11, 2018, a comprehensive release will be distributed listing the additional players who provided the NBA with timely notice that they wish to be removed from the list of “early entry” players eligible for selection in the 2018 NBA Draft.

The following 100 players have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2018 NBA Draft:

Player School Height Status
Esa Ahmad West Virginia 6-8 Junior
Udoka Azubuike Kansas 7-0 Sophomore
Sedrick Barefield Utah 6-2 Junior
Tyus Battle Syracuse 6-6 Sophomore
Lamonte Bearden Western Kentucky 6-3 Junior
Ky Bowman Boston College 6-1 Sophomore
Barry Brown Jr. Kansas State 6-3 Junior
Bryce Brown Auburn 6-3 Junior
C.J. Burks Marshall 6-4 Junior
Jordan Caroline Nevada 6-7 Junior
Haanif Cheatham FGCU 6-5 Junior
Yoeli Childs BYU 6-8 Sophomore
Chris Clemons Campbell 5-9 Junior
Tyler Cook Iowa 6-9 Sophomore
Isaac Copeland Jr. Nebraska 6-9 Junior
Mike Daum South Dakota State 6-9 Junior
Jon Davis Charlotte 6-3 Junior
Jordan Davis Northern Colorado 6-2 Junior
Shawntrez Davis Bethune-Cookman 6-9 Junior
Terence Davis Mississippi 6-4 Junior
Noah Dickerson Washington 6-8 Junior
Torin Dorn North Carolina State 6-5 Junior
Nojel Eastern Purdue 6-6 Freshman
Carsen Edwards Purdue 6-1 Sophomore
Jon Elmore Marshall 6-3 Junior
Bruno Fernando Maryland 6-10 Freshman
Dextor Foster ASA College (FL) 6-5 Junior
Jarrey Foster SMU 6-6 Junior
Robert Franks Jr. Washington State 6-7 Junior
Eugene German Northern Illinois 6-0 Sophomore
Admon Gilder Texas A&M 6-4 Junior
Michael Gilmore FGCU 6-10 Junior
Jessie Govan Georgetown 6-10 Junior
Tyler Hall Montana State 6-4 Junior
Jaylen Hands UCLA 6-3 Freshman
Zach Hankins Ferris State 6-10 Junior
Ethan Happ Wisconsin 6-10 Junior
Jared Harper Auburn 5-10 Sophomore
Mustapha Heron Auburn 6-5 Sophomore
Malik Hines Massachusetts 6-10 Junior
Jalen Hudson Florida 6-6 Junior
Dewan Huell Miami 6-11 Sophomore
Tramaine Isabell Jr. Drexel 6-1 Junior
Justin James Wyoming 6-7 Junior
Zach Johnson FGCU 6-2 Junior
Christian Keeling Charleston Southern 6-4 Sophomore
Sagaba Konate West Virginia 6-8 Sophomore
Kalob Ledoux McNeese State 6-3 Sophomore
Abdul Lewis NJIT 6-10 Junior
Victor Lewis II West Texas A&M 6-3 Junior
Dominic Magee Southern Mississippi 6-4 Junior
Fletcher Magee Wofford 6-4 Junior
Caleb Martin Nevada 6-7 Junior
Cody Martin Nevada 6-7 Junior
Malik Martin South Florida 6-11 Junior
Zane Martin Towson 6-4 Sophomore
Charles Matthews Michigan 6-6 Sophomore
Luke Maye North Carolina 6-8 Junior
Jalen McDaniels San Diego State 6-10 Freshman
Markis McDuffie Wichita State 6-8 Junior
Christian Mekowulu Tennessee State 6-9 Junior
Aaron Menzies Seattle 7-3 Junior
Shelton Mitchell Clemson 6-3 Junior
Takal Molson Canisius 6-5 Freshman
Juwan Morgan Indiana 6-8 Junior
Matt Morgan Cornell 6-3 Junior
Isaiah Moss Iowa 6-5 Sophomore
Travis Munnings Louisiana-Monroe 6-6 Junior
Jordan Murdock Friends University 6-4 Junior
Ray Ona Embo Tulane 6-5 Sophomore
James Palmer Jr. Nebraska 6-6 Junior
Keanu Peters Salt Lake CC (UT) 6-2 Sophomore
Lamar Peters Mississippi State 6-0 Sophomore
Jalon Pipkins Cal State-Northridge 6-4 Freshman
Shamorie Ponds St. John’s 6-1 Sophomore
Jontay Porter Missouri 6-11 Freshman
Marcquise Reed Clemson 6-3 Junior
Isaiah Reese Canisius 6-5 Sophomore
Cody Riley UCLA 6-10 Freshman
Kerwin Roach II Texas 6-4 Junior
Ahmaad Rorie Montana 6-1 Junior
Quinton Rose Temple 6-8 Sophomore
Admiral Schofield Tennessee 6-5 Junior
Ronshad Shabazz Appalachian State 6-5 Junior
Chris Silva South Carolina 6-9 Junior
Deshon Taylor Fresno State 6-2 Junior
Reid Travis Stanford 6-8 Junior
Lagerald Vick Kansas 6-5 Junior
Christian Vital Connecticut 6-2 Sophomore
Jaylin Walker Kent State 6-1 Junior
Nick Ward Michigan State 6-8 Sophomore
PJ Washington Kentucky 6-7 Freshman
Tremont Waters LSU 5-11 Freshman
Quinndary Weatherspoon Mississippi State 6-4 Junior
Andrien White Charlotte 6-3 Junior
Demajeo Wiggins Bowling Green 6-10 Junior
Lindell Wigginton Iowa State 6-2 Freshman
Austin Wiley Auburn 6-11 Freshman
Kris Wilkes UCLA 6-8 Freshman
Justin Wright-Foreman Hofstra 6-1 Junior

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