Stay up to date with which college basketball players have declared for the 2019 NBA draft.

By Khadrice Rollins
March 27, 2019

College basketball season has officially ended and the 2019 NBA draft is inching closer.

Players across the country have already begun declaring for this year's draft in June, with Duke's R.J. Barrett and Zion Williamson, North Carolina's Nassir Little and Murray State's Ja Morant headlining the list of names so far. 

Eligible underclassmen can enter the NBA draft and return to school if not selected, and after rule changes made in August 2018, prospects can also now be represented by NBPA-certified agents as long as they request an evaluation from the NBA Undergraduate Advisory Committee.

Stay locked in with how the draft is on track to take shape by keeping up with Jeremy Woo's latest Mock Draft and Big Board, and keep track of which players have declared here.

Ethan Thompson—Oregon State, G

Nicolas Claxton—Georgia, F

EJ Montgomery–Kentucky, F

Nikita Mikhailovskii–Russian, F

Mamadi Diakite—Virginia, F

Kellan Grady–Davidson, G

Brandon Clarke–Gonzaga, F

Devon Dotson–Kansas, G

Cam Reddish—Duke, F

Zion Williamson–Duke, F

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Grant WilliamsTennessee, F

Keldon Johnson—Kentucky, G

 

Update: Johnson later announced he will keep his name in the draft.

R.J. Barrett—Duke, F

Kyle Guy—Virginia, G

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AJ Lawson—South Carolina, G

Luguentz Dort—Arizona State, G

Tyler Herro—Kentucky, G

Herro announced four days later that he plans to keep his name in the draft.

Ty Jerome—Virginia, G

Kaleb Wesson—Ohio State, C

Ignas Brazdeikis—Michigan, F

Jordan Poole—Michigan, G

Louis King—Oregon, F

Neemias Queta—Utah State, C

Charles Matthews—Michigan, G

Update: Matthews annouced he will stay in the draft.

PJ WashingtonKentucky, F

Aubrey DawkinsUCF, G

Dedric LawsonKansas, F

Bruno Fernando—Maryland, F

Nickeil Alexander-WalkerVirginia Tech

Isaiah Roby—Nebraska, F

Jordan Nwora—Louisville, F

De'Andre Hunter—Virginia, F

Tyus Battle—Syracuse, G

Derrik Smits—Valparaiso, C

Jordan Bone—Tennessee, G

Tremont Waters—LSU, G

Jimmy Whitt—SMU, G

Oshae Brissett—Syracuse, F

Steven Enoch—Louisville, C

Kris Wilkes—UCLA, G

Bol Bol—Oregon, C

Ky Bowman—Boston College, G

Daniel Gafford—Arkansas, F

Darius Garland—Vanderbilt, G

Dewan Hernandez—Miami, F

Amir Hinton—Shaw University, G

Isaiah Reese—Canisius, G

Jalen McDaniels—San Diego State, F

Yoeli Childs—BYU, F

Shamorie Ponds—St. John's, G

Jaylen Nowell—Washington, G

Nassir Little—North Carolina, F

Talen Horton Tucker—Iowa State, G

Reggie Perry—Mississippi State, F

Naz Reid–LSU, F

Ja Morant–Murray State, G

Lindell Wigginton–Iowa State, G

Daulton Hommes–Point Loma Nazarene University, G

Skylar Mays–LSU, G

Jaylen Hands—UCLA, G

Jared Harper–Auburn, G

Mfiondu Kabengele—Florida State, F

Quentin Grimes—Kansas, G

KZ Okpala—Stanford, F

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Javonte Smart—LSU, G

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VJ King—Louisville, G

Andrew Nembhard—Florida, G

Alpha Diallo—Providence, F

Nick Ward—Michigan State, F

Jontay Porter—Mizzou, F

Players declaring from outside of the NCAA: 

Deividas Sirvydis—Lithuania, F

 

 

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