NBA Draft prospects 2020: Tracking the early-entry list of top players who have declared

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The early-entry deadline for the 2020 NBA Draft is fast approaching with the window open until April 26 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Potential lottery picks like Georgia's Anthony Edwards and Iowa State's Tyrese Haliburton have already made their intentions known, but plenty of other college stars are still on the fence. This draft class isn't particularly strong or deep, so it will be a challenge for teams to find contributors for their rotations.

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There is a bigger issue than the talent level of this group, of course. With the coronavirus pandemic shutting down all NBA operations indefinitely, there is no guarantee the 2020 NBA Draft will be held June 25 as originally scheduled. Front offices will still have to prepare for draft night, though, even if the ability to evaluate and interview players is more difficult than usual.

Which prospects will enter their names into the draft pool? Here are the underclassmen who have declared so far.

(Note: The deadline to withdraw is June 15 at 5 p.m. ET.)

NBA Draft 2020 prospects: Early-entry list

Declared

Name

College

Anthony Edwards

Georgia

Tyrese Haliburton

Iowa State

Tre Jones

Duke

Kira Lewis

Alabama

Nico Mannion

Arizona

Onyeka Okongwu

USC

Isaac Okoro

Auburn

Obi Toppin

Dayton

Devin Vassell

Florida State

James Wiseman

Memphis

Obi Toppin Dayton Aaron Nesmith Vanderbilt

Undecided

Name

College

Precious Achiuwa

Memphis

Cole Anthony

North Carolina

Saddiq Bey

Villanova

Devon Dotson

Kansas

Josh Green

Arizona

Tyrese Maxey

Kentucky

Jaden McDaniels

Washington

Name

College

Anthony Edwards

Georgia

Tyrese Haliburton

Iowa State

Tre Jones

Duke

Kira Lewis

Alabama

Nico Mannion

Arizona

Onyeka Okongwu

USC

Isaac Okoro

Auburn

Obi Toppin

Dayton

Devin Vassell

Florida State

James Wiseman

Memphis

Obi Toppin

Dayton

Aaron Nesmith

Vanderbilt

Jahmi'us Ramsey

Texas Tech

Isaiah Stewart

Washington

Jalen Smith

Maryland

Patrick Williams

Florida State

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