2019 NBA Draft

47 international early-entry candidates withdraw from Draft

Official release

NEW YORK — Forty-seven international players who had declared as early-entry candidates for the NBA Draft 2019 presented by State Farm® have withdrawn their names from consideration. Two collegiate players who previously had declared as early-entry candidates have also withdrawn. There are 86 collegiate and 12 international prospects that remain early-entry candidates.

The NBA Draft 2019 presented by State Farm will be held on Thursday, June 20 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Here is the list of international players who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the NBA Draft 2019:

Player Team/Country of Team Height Status
Dikembe Andre Paulistano (Brazil) 6-9 1999 DOB
Darko Bajo Cedevita (Croatia) 6-10 1999 DOB
Aleksander Balcerowski Gran Canaria (Spain) 7-1 2000 DOB
Vrenz Bleijenbergh Antwerp (Belgium) 6-9 2000 DOB
Adrian Bogucki Radom (Poland) 7-1 1999 DOB
Leandro Bolmaro Barcelona (Spain) 6-6 2000 DOB
Ognjen Carapic Mega Bemax (Serbia) 6-4 1998 DOB
Kevin Cham Monaco (France) 6-3 1998 DOB
Leo Cizmic Girona (Spain) 6-8 1998 DOB
Digue Diawara Pau Orthez (France) 6-9 1998 DOB
Nenad Dimitrijevic Joventut (Spain) 6-1 1998 DOB
Felipe Dos Anjos Melilla (Spain) 7-2 1998 DOB
Henri Drell Baunach (Germany) 6-9 2000 DOB
Paul Eboua Roseto (Italy) 6-8 2000 DOB
Osas Ehigiator Fuenlabrada (Spain) 6-10 1999 DOB
Biram Faye Avila (Spain) 6-9 2000 DOB
Ivan Fevrier Levallois (France) 6-9 1999 DOB
Aleix Font Barcelona (Spain) 6-4 1998 DOB
Philipp Herkenhoff Vechta (Germany) 6-10 1999 DOB
Dalibor Ilic Igokea (Bosnia) 6-8 2000 DOB
Panagiotis Kalaitzakis Holargos (Greece) 6-6 1999 DOB
Mate Kalajzic Split (Croatia) 6-2 1998 DOB
Lukasz Kolenda Trefl Sopot (Poland) 6-5 1999 DOB
Andrija Marjanovic Mega Bemax (Serbia) 6-8 1999 DOB
Gytis Masiulis Neptunas (Lithuania) 6-9 1998 DOB
Jonas Mattisseck Alba Berlin (Germany) 6-5 2000 DOB
Nikita Mikhailovskii Avtodor (Russia) 6-6 2000 DOB
Nikola Miskovic Mega Bemax (Serbia) 6-10 1999 DOB
Muhaymin Mustafa Tofas (Turkey) 6-5 1999 DOB
Toni Nakic Sibenik (Croatia) 6-8 1999 DOB
Abdoulaye N’Doye Cholet (France) 6-7 1998 DOB
Tanor Ngom Ryerson (Canada) 7-2 1998 DOB
Louis Olinde Brose Baskets (Germany) 6-9 1998 DOB
Zoran Paunovic FMP (Serbia) 6-7 2000 DOB
Dino Radoncic Murcia (Spain) 6-8 1999 DOB
Sander Raieste Baskonia (Spain) 6-8 1999 DOB
Neal Sako Levallois (France) 6-10 1998 DOB
Tadas Sedekerskis Baskonia (Spain) 6-8 1998 DOB
Njegos Sikiras Tormes (Spain) 6-9 1999 DOB
Borisa Simanic Crvena Zvezda (Serbia) 6-11 1998 DOB
Khadim Sow ASVEL (France) 6-11 1999 DOB
Filip Stanic Mega Bemax (Serbia) 6-10 1998 DOB
Michael Uchendu Coruna (Spain) 6-10 1998 DOB
Bastien Vautier Nancy (France) 6-11 1998 DOB
Arnas Velicka Tartu Ulikool (Estonia) 6-4 1999 DOB
Warren Woghiren Cholet (France) 6-10 1998 DOB
Arturs Zagars Joventut (Spain) 6-3 2000 DOB

Here is the list of additional players from colleges who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the NBA Draft 2019 presented by State Farm:

Player School Height Status
Sacha Killeya-Jones NC State 6-11 Junior
Kouat Noi TCU 6-7 Sophomore

Following is a list of players from colleges and other educational institutions who remain early-entry candidates for the NBA Draft 2019 presented by State Farm:

Player School Height Status
Nickeil Alexander-Walker Virginia Tech 6-5 Sophomore
RJ Barrett Duke 6-7 Freshman
Tyus Battle Syracuse 6-6 Junior
Darius Bazley Princeton HS (OH) 6-9 Post-Graduate
Bol Bol Oregon 7-2 Freshman
Marques Bolden Duke 6-11 Junior
Jordan Bone Tennessee 6-3 Junior
Ky Bowman Boston College 6-1 Junior
Ignas Brazdeikis Michigan 6-7 Freshman
Oshae Brissett Syracuse 6-8 Sophomore
Armoni Brooks Houston 6-3 Junior
Charlie Brown Jr. St. Joseph’s 6-7 Sophomore
Moses Brown UCLA 7-1 Freshman
Brandon Clarke Gonzaga 6-8 Junior
Nicolas Claxton Georgia 6-11 Sophomore
Amir Coffey Minnesota 6-8 Junior
Tyler Cook Iowa 6-9 Junior
Jarrett Culver Texas Tech 6-5 Sophomore
Aubrey Dawkins UCF 6-6 Junior
Luguentz Dort Arizona State 6-4 Freshman
Jason Draggs Lee College (TX) 6-9 Freshman
Carsen Edwards Purdue 6-1 Junior
Bruno Fernando Maryland 6-10 Sophomore
Daniel Gafford Arkansas 6-11 Sophomore
Darius Garland Vanderbilt 6-2 Freshman
Kyle Guy Virginia 6-2 Junior
Rui Hachimura Gonzaga 6-8 Junior
Jaylen Hands UCLA 6-3 Sophomore
Jared Harper Auburn 5-11 Junior
Jaxson Hayes Texas 6-11 Freshman
Dewan Hernandez Miami 6-11 Junior
Tyler Herro Kentucky 6-5 Freshman
Amir Hinton Shaw (NC) 6-5 Junior
Jaylen Hoard Wake Forest 6-8 Freshman
Daulton Hommes Point Loma Nazarene (CA) 6-8 Junior
Talen Horton-Tucker Iowa State 6-4 Freshman
De’Andre Hunter Virginia 6-7 Sophomore
Ty Jerome Virginia 6-5 Junior
Keldon Johnson Kentucky 6-6 Freshman
Mfiondu Kabengele Florida State 6-10 Sophomore
Louis King Oregon 6-9 Freshman
V.J. King Louisville 6-6 Junior
Sagaba Konate West Virginia 6-8 Junior
Martin Krampelj Creighton 6-9 Junior
Romeo Langford Indiana 6-6 Freshman
Cameron Lard Iowa State 6-9 Sophomore
Dedric Lawson Kansas 6-9 Junior
Jalen Lecque Brewster Academy (NH) 6-3 Post-Graduate
Jacob Ledoux Texas-Permian Basin 6-3 Junior
Nassir Little North Carolina 6-6 Freshman
Trevor Manuel Olivet (MI) 6-9 Junior
Charles Matthews Michigan 6-6 Junior
Jalen McDaniels San Diego State 6-10 Sophomore
Ja Morant Murray State 6-3 Sophomore
Zach Norvell Jr. Gonzaga 6-5 Sophomore
Jaylen Nowell Washington 6-4 Sophomore
Chuma Okeke Auburn 6-8 Sophomore
KZ Okpala Stanford 6-9 Sophomore
Miye Oni Yale 6-6 Junior
Lamar Peters Mississippi State 6-0 Junior
Shamorie Ponds St. John’s 6-1 Junior
Jordan Poole Michigan 6-5 Sophomore
Jontay Porter Missouri 6-11 Sophomore
Kevin Porter Jr. USC 6-6 Freshman
Brandon Randolph Arizona 6-6 Sophomore
Cam Reddish Duke 6-8 Freshman
Isaiah Reese Canisius 6-5 Junior
Naz Reid LSU 6-10 Freshman
Austin Robinson Kentucky Christian 6-2 Sophomore
Isaiah Roby Nebraska 6-8 Junior
Ayinde Russell Morehouse 6-3 Junior
Samir Sehic Tulane 6-9 Junior
Simisola Shittu Vanderbilt 6-10 Freshman
Justin Simon St. John’s 6-5 Junior
D’Marcus Simonds Georgia State 6-3 Junior
Jalen Sykes St. Clair College (Canada) 6-5 Junior
Rayjon Tucker Arkansas-Little Rock 6-5 Junior
Nick Ward Michigan State 6-8 Junior
PJ Washington Jr. Kentucky 6-8 Sophomore
Tremont Waters LSU 5-11 Sophomore
Coby White North Carolina 6-5 Freshman
Lindell Wigginton Iowa State 6-2 Sophomore
Kris Wilkes UCLA 6-8 Sophomore
Grant Williams Tennessee 6-7 Junior
Zion Williamson Duke 6-7 Freshman
Kenny Wooten Oregon 6-9 Sophomore

Following is a list of international players who remain early-entry candidates for the NBA Draft 2019 presented by State Farm:

Player Team/Country of Team Height Status
Goga Bitadze Buducnost (Montenegro) 7-0 1999 DOB
Yago Dos Santos Paulistano (Brazil) 5-10 1999 DOB
Sekou Doumbouya Limoges (France) 6-8 2000 DOB
Matas Jogela Dzukija (Lithuania) 6-6 1998 DOB
Marcos Louzada Silva Franca (Brazil) 6-5 1999 DOB
William McDowell-White Baunach (Germany) 6-5 1998 DOB
Adam Mokoka Mega Bemax (Serbia) 6-5 1998 DOB
Joshua Obiesie Wurzburg (Germany) 6-6 2000 DOB
David Okeke Fiat Torino (Italy) 6-8 1998 DOB
Luka Samanic Olimpija (Slovenia) 6-10 2000 DOB
Deividas Sirvydis Rytas (Lithuania) 6-7 2000 DOB
Yovel Zoosman Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel) 6-7 1998 DOB

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