233 Early Entrants for 2019 NBA Draft

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There is currently a total of 233 players who have filed as early entrants for the 2019 NBA draft. The players have a chance to sign with agents to help them navigate the sometimes treacherous pre-draft waters.

Many players from the NCAA have tossed their names in the proverbial hat. Some more notable players include Duke’s Zion Williamson, the touted consensus number one overall pick and his teammate Canadian R.J. Barrett, Oregon’s Bol Bol, son of former NBA big man Manute Bol, Japanese-American forward from Gonzaga Rui Hachimura and Murray State’s JA Morant. NCAA players have until May 29th to remove their names from consideration and return to college hoops.

While there’s a big crop of underclassmen from the NCAA, there is also a respectable amount of players coming from Europe, who are hoping to get drafted into the best basketball league in the world.

They are:
Darko Bajo (Croatia)
Aleksander Balcerowski (Poland)
Goga Bitadze (Georgia)
Vrenz Bleijenbergh (Belgium)
Ignas Brazdeikis (Lithuania/Canada)
Ognjen Carapic (Montenegro)
Kevin Cham (France)
Sekou Doumbouya (France)
Digue Diawara (France)
Nenad Dimitrijevic (FYROM)
Henri Drell (Estonia)
Osas Ehigiator (Spain)
Ivan Fevrier (France)
Alex Font (Spain)
Jon Axel Gudmundsson (Iceland)
Jaylen Hoard (France)
Dalibor Ilic (Serbia)
Matas Jogela (Lithuania)
Mate Kalajzic (Croatia)
Andrija Marjanovic (Serbia)
Gytis Masiulis (Lithuania)
Nikita Mikhailovsky (Russia)
Nikola Miskovic (Serbia)
Adam Mokoka (France)
Muhaymin Mustafa (Turkey)
Abdoulaye N’doye (France)
Toni Nakic (Croatia)
Josh Obiesie (Germany)
Louis Olinde (Germany)
Zoran Paunovic (Serbia)
Neemias Queta (Portugal)
Dino Radoncic (Montenegro)
Sander Raieste (Estonia)
Neal Sako (France)
Luka Samanic (Croatia)
Tadas Sedekerskis (Lithuania)
Njegos Sikiras (Bosnia)
Borisa Simanic (Serbia)
Deividas Sirvydis (Lithuania)
Derrik Smits (Holland/USA)
Filip Stanic (Germany)
Killian Tillie (France)
Bastien Vaultier (France)
Arnas Velicka (Lithuania)
Warren Woghiren (France)
Arturs Zagars (Latvia)
Yovel Zoosman (Israel)

Players will get a better idea if they are drawing interest from NBA teams at the NBA Draft Combine which will take place on May 16-20 later this year.

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