Official early entry list of players that have submitted their names for the draft. Internaional players have until June 17th to pull their names out.

Key Dates:
May 15-19 — 2013 Draft Combine (Chicago)
May 21 — 2013 NBA Draft Lottery
June 8-10 adidas Eurocamp
June 17 — NBA Draft early entry withdrawal deadline (5 p.m. ET)
June 27 — 2013 NBA Draft

Officially Announced they Will Enter

Steven Adams 7-0 250 C Pittsburgh Fr.[link] Late first to early second.
CJ Aiken 6-9 192 SF/PF St. Joes Jr.[link] Likely undrafted.
Anthony Bennett 6-7 240 PF UNLV Fr. [link] Top 10 pick.
Vander Blue 6-3 180 SG Marquette Jr.[link] Mid second round to likely undrafted.
Lorenzo Brown 6-4 190 PG NC State Jr.[link] Late first to second round.
Reggie Bullock 6-5 180 SG North Carolina Jr.[link] Second round to undrafted.
Trey Burke 6-0 180 PG Michigan So.[link] Lottery to mid first.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 6-5 205 SG Georgia So.[link] Mid to late first round pick.
Michael Carter-Williams 6-6 190 PG Syracuse So.[link] Mid to late first round pick.
Adrien Coleman 6-5 190 SF Bethune Cookman Jr.Likely undrafted.
Allen Crabbe 6-6 190 SG California Jr.[link] Late first to early second.
Dewayne Dedmon 7-0 250 C USC Jr.Mid second round to likely undrafted.
Gorgui Dieng 6-10 245 PF/C Louisville Jr.[link] Late first to early second.
Jamaal Franklin 6-5 185 SG/SF San Diego St. Jr.[link] Late first to early second.
Archie Goodwin 6-4 190 SG Kentucky Fr.[link] Late first to early second.
Tim Hardaway Jr 6-5 190 SG Michigan Jr.[link] Late first to early second.
Grant Jerrett 6-10 230 PF Arizona Fr.[link] Mid second round to likely undrafted.
Christian Kabongo 6-4 200 SG New Mexico State Jr.[link] Late first to likely second round.
Myck Kabongo 6-1 180 PG Texas So.[link] Late first to likely second round.
Shane Larkin 5-11 186 PG Miami So.[link] Late first to likely second round.
Ricardo Ledo 6-5 185 SG/SF Providence Fr. [link] Second round to undrafted.
Alex Len 7-1 240 C Maryland So.[link] Top 10 pick.
CJ Leslie 6-8 200 SF/PF NC State Jr.[link] Late first to second round.
Nurideen Lindsey 6-2 180 PG Rider So.[link] Likely undrafted.
Amath Mbaye 6-8 210 SF Oklahoma Jr.[link] Mid second round to undrafted.
Ray McCallum 6-1 190 PG Detroit Jr.[link] Mid second round to undrafted.
Ben McLemore 6-5 201 SG Kansas Fr. [link] Top 3 pick.
Tony Mitchell 2586 6-8 235 SF/PF North Texas So.[link] Late first to early second.
Shabazz Muhammad 6-6 225 SF UCLA Fr.[link] Lottery pick.
Nerlens Noel 6-11 208 PF Kentucky Fr. [link] Top 3 pick.
Victor Oladipo 6-4 190 SG/SF Indiana Jr.[link] Top 10 pick.
Kelly Olynyk 7-0 240 C Gonzaga Jr.[link] Lottery to mid first.
Norvel Pelle 6-10 240 PF/C Iona Fr.[link] Likely undrafted.
Otto Porter 6-8 205 SF Georgetown So.[link] Top 10 pick.
Marshawn Powell 6-7 240 PF Arkansas Jr.[link] Likely undrafted.
Phil Pressey 5-11 180 PG Missouri Jr.[link] Likely undrafted.
Andre Roberson 6-7 210 SF/PF Colorado Jr.[link] Mid second round to undrafted.
Joshua Simmons 6-4 Spartanburg Methodist (JC) Fr.Likely undrafted.
Trevis Simpson 6-4 185 SG UNC-Greensboro Jr.Likely undrafted.
Tony Snell 6-7 195 SF New Mexico Jr.[link] Second round to undrafted.
Tahj Tate 6-4 190 SG Delaware State So.Likely undrafted.
John Taylor Fresno 6-1 175 PG Pacific Jr.Likely undrafted.
Adonis Thomas 6-6 235 SF Memphis So.[link] Second round to undrafted.
DeShaun Thomas 6-7 221 SF/PF Ohio State Jr.[link] Late first to early second.
BJ Young 6-3 175 SG Arkansas So.[link] Second round to undrafted.
Cody Zeller 6-11 240 PF/C Indiana So.[link] Top 10 pick.


Alex Abrines 6-6 190 SG Spain 1993[link] Late first to second round.
Giannis Adetokoubo 6-9 215 SF/PF Greece 1994 [link] Lottery to early second.
Francois Affia Ambadiang 6-11 PF/C Geoplin Slovan (Cameroon) 1993Unknown
Nemanja Besovic 7-2 C Partizan (Serbia) 1992Unknown
Bogdan Bogdanovic 6-6 190 DG Belgrade (Serbia) 1992 Likely undrafted.
Matias Bortolin 6-9 Arkadia (Austria) 1993Unknown
Linos Chrysikopoulos 6-9 210 SF PAOK (Greece) 1992Second round to undrafted.
Laszlo Dobos 7-3 260 C CAI Zaragoza (Hungary) 1993Likely undrafted.
Dorde Drenovac 6-8 Biancoblu (Serbia) 1992Likely undrafted.
Viktor Gaddefors 6-7 Oknoplast Bologna (Sweden) 1992Likely undrafted.
Rudy Gobert 7-1 230 C Cholet (France) 1992[link] Late lotto to late first round pick.
Mouhammadou Jaiteh 6-11 249 C Boulogne (France) 1994Second round to undrafted.
Livio Jean-Charles 6-9 210 SF ASVEL (France) 1993Late first to likely second round.
Sergey Karasev 6-8 190 SG/SF Triumph (Russia) 1993 [link] Late first to second round.
Louis Labeyrie 6-9 230 PF Paris-Levallois (France) 1992Likely undrafted.
Raul Neto 6-1 190 PG Lagun Aro GBC (Brazil) 1992 Likely undrafted.
Phillip Neumann 6-10 245 PF/C Brose Baskets (Germany) 1992Second round to undrafted.
Lucas Nogueira 7-0 220 PF Estudiantes (Brazil) 1992[link] Late first to early second.
Alexandre Paranhos 6-8 Flamengo (Brazil) 1992Unknown
Artem Pustovyi 7-1 C Khimik (Ukraine) 1992Likely undrafted.
Bogdan Radosavljevic 6-11 Bayern Muenchen (Germany) 1993Likely undrafted.
Marko Ramljak 6-6 SF/PF Zadar (Croatia) 1993Likely undrafted.
Dario Saric 6-10 230 PF Split (Croatia) 1994[link] Mid to late first round pick.
Dennis Schroeder 6-2 168 PG New Yorker Phantoms (Germany) 1993[link] Mid first to early second.
Strahinja Stojacic 6-5 Smederevo (Serbia) 1992Unknown
Walter Tavares 7-3 260 C Gran Canaria (Cape Verde) 1992Second round to undrafted.
Daniel Theis 6-9 226 PF Ratiopharm (Germany) 1992Possible early second round to undrafted.
Jannis Timma 6-7 210 SF Ventspils (Latvia) 1992Second round to undrafted.
Marko Todorovic 6-10 240 PF Barcelona (Montenegro) 1992Possible early second round to undrafted.
Axel Toupane 6-6 190 SG Strasbourg (France) 1992Second round to undrafted.
Adin Vrabac 6-8 SG/SF Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia & Herzgovina) 1994Second round to undrafted.



Athanasios Adetokoubo 6-7 205 SG/SF Greece 1992 
Kyle Anderson 6-9 230 SF UCLA Fr. 
Keith Appling 6-2 180 PG/SG Michigan St. Jr. 
Isaiah Austin 7-0 205 PF/C Baylor Fr. 
Joseph Bertrand 6-5 190 SG Illinois Jr. 
Chane Behanan 6-7 240 PF Louisville So. 
Alec Brown 7-1 225 C Wisconsin Green Bay Jr.  
Markel Brown 6-4 190 SG Oklahoma St. Jr. 
Deonte Burton 34149 6-1 185 PG Nevada Jr. 
Jahii Carson 5-11 170 PG Arizona St. Fr. 
Willie Cauley-Stein 7-0 240 C Kentucky Fr. 
Samaj Christon 6-3 190 PG Xavier Fr. 
Aaron Craft 6-2 190 PG Ohio St. Jr.  
DeAndre Daniels 6-8 210 SF UConn So. 
Branden Dawson 6-6 220 SF Michigan St. So. 
Tomas Dimsa 6-4 180 SG Zalgiris Kaunas 1994  
Spencer Dinwiddie 6-5 190 SG Colorado So. 
CJ Fair 6-7 225 SF/PF Syracuse Jr. 
Eric Ferguson 6-8 204 SF/PF Georgia Southern Jr. 
Jerami Grant 6-8 205 SF Syracuse Fr. 
Jerian Grant 6-5 195 PG/SG Notre Dame So. 
AJ Hammons 7-0 280 C Purdue Fr. 
PJ Hairston 6-4 220 SG North Carolina So. 
Gary Harris 6-5 195 SG Michigan St. Fr.  
Andre Hollins 6-1 195 PG Minnesota So. 
Austin Hollins 6-4 190 SG Minnesota Jr. 
Josh Huestis 6-7 210 SF Stanford Jr. 
Joel James 6-10 260 PF/C North Carolina Fr. 
Cory Jefferson 6-9 240 PF Baylor Jr.  
Wally Judge 6-9 240 PF Rutgers Jr.  
Sean Kilpatrick 6-4 210 SG Cincinatti Jr. 
Jordan McRae 6-6 180 SG Tennessee Jr. 
James McAdoo 6-9 235 SF/PF UNC So. 
Doug McDermott 6-7 225 SF Creighton Jr. 
Mitch McGary 6-10 250 C Michigan Fr. 
Akil Mitchell 6-7 200 SF Virginia Jr. 
Eric Moreland 6-10 215 PF Oregon St. So.  
Mike Moser 6-8 210 SF/PF UNLV Jr. 
Shabazz Napier 6-1 181 PG UConn Jr. 
LeBryan Nash 6-7 212 SF Oklahoma St. So. 
Johnny O'Bryant 6-9 260 PF LSU So. 
Adreian Payne 6-9 230 PF Michigan St. Jr. 
Dwight Powell 6-9 220 SF/PF Stanford Jr. 
Alex Poythress 6-7 239 SF/PF Kentucky Fr. 
Juvonte Reddic 6-9 240 PF VCU Jr. 
Glenn Robinson III 6-6 200 SF Michigan Fr. 
LaQuinton Ross 6-7 190 SF Ohio St. So. 
JaKarr Sampson 6-8 205 SF St. John’s Fr. 
Marcus Smart 6-4 225 PG/SG Oklahoma St. Fr. 
Russ Smith 6-0 180 PG/SG Louisville Jr. 
Jarnell Stokes 6-7 250 PF Tennessee So.  
Isaiah Sykes 6-5 215 SG Central Florida Jr.  
Will Sheehey 6-6 180 SG/SF Indiana Jr. 
Kaleb Tarczewski 7-0 255 C Arizona Fr. 
Tyrone Wallace 6-4 190 SG California Fr. 
CJ Wilcox 6-5 195 SG Washington Jr. 
Kendall Williams 6-3 180 PG/SG New Mexico Jr. 
Jamil Wilson 6-7 205 SF Marquette Jr. 
Patric Young 6-8 245 PF Florida Jr. 


  1. C.J. Leslie hasn’t officially
    C.J. Leslie hasn’t officially committed yet although it is likely he will enter. Lorenzo Brown is the only one to officially declare. The initial report said both guys but it was debunked by Leslie himself on Twitter.

    That being said, the chances he declares are at about 95%.

  2. UK
    Archie Goodwin has announced his intent to enter the draft, but will not hire an agent. Willie Cauley-Stein will return for his sophomore season and Kyle Wiltjer will stay and not transfer or leave early.

    • Wiltjer
      Is not entering the draft. He has stated that he has no intention of transferring.


      I still think he might transfer though. Thats a VERY loaded frontcourt next year, with WCS returning.

      Wiltjer will play PF exclusively, as Dakari Johsnon, Willie Cauley-Stein, and if necessary, Julius Randle will all be better choices to play C.

      That said, at the 4, it’s Randle, then Wiltjer and Marcus Lee battling for backup minutes. That’s a tough battle, unless Wiltjer can do some serious work in the weight room. Lee will be the better defender of the two in any situation, and that plays heavily in Calipari’s decision making process.

      You add it all up, and not even counting the potential for small lineups with the extremely talented guards UK will have, there just aren’t many minutes to go around. If Wiltjer comes back, he’s either a redshirt (so not likely) or hoping to lead the way the following year as a senior. Neither situation seems likely.

      It’s curious how Calipari didn’t make an announcement about Poythress. You would expect to hear him included in the announcement with the others.

      • Wiltjer is not going
        Wiltjer is not going anywhere. His chances for the NBA now, next year or the next are slim to none anyways and letting a 3-point shooter with his size walk away, not a chance that happens. Wiltjer knows his role with the team going forward and knows he will not get the minutes he did this past season. He will play more against teams who use a lot of zone defense.

      • As good as the harrison twins
        As good as the harrison twins and james young are, I’m not sure they’re totally lights out shooters. Cal will need a zone buster next year, and his best shooter by far is Wiltjer

  3. Russ Smith
    I feel like this site is undermining Russ Smith’s ability. I feel like he could be the Tony Allen of PG’s in the league. He’s tough as nails, and I think he’s secured himself in the mid-second round with a chance to go early in that round.

    • Russ Smith is extremely
      Russ Smith is extremely undersized to be a 2 guard in the NBA, but he is tough and can score. Second round seems legit for him, but I think he returns for his senior season at Louisville.

  4. Shabazz…not yet
    Though it’s probably 99.9% likely he will announce to leave for the NBA…I don’t believe Shabazz has officially declared for the draft. Shabazz retracted Howland’s statement that he was headed for the draft and said his decision had not been made yet.


    “I never said I wasn’t coming back,” Muhammad said. “I never said I’m not coming back even though I know I’m in a pretty good position draft-wise. But I’m looking at our team next year and we could be really good. I’m just worried about this season right now and whether I want to come back or not — that’ll be after the season.”

  5. Dieng Gone, Behannon Returning
    According to Rick Pitino, Gorgui Dieng and Russ Smith will announce they are leaving this afternoon. He also mentioned that Chane Behanan will return.

  6. Man
    About 1/2 the guys who were projected as 1st rounders decided to stay. Good for the NCAA and no so good for this years draft which wasn’t that great to begin with

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.