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100 Names Withdraw from NBA Draft

Martin Twins Among 100 NBA Draft Early Entrants to Withdraw

As the NBA draft continues to take shape, one hundred names have notified the league that they will be withdrawing and returning back to College

With the June 11th deadline nearly a week away, Kansas Jayhawks big man Udoka Azubuike, Nevada’s twin stars Caleb and Cody Martin, and Canadian Lindell Wigginton headlined the list of returnees. Those who have withdrawn from this year’s draft are able to return to college and re-enter the draft following next season. The 2018 NBA Draft is on June 21.

The following 100 players have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2018 NBA Draft:

Esa Ahmad, West Virginia, 6-8, Junior

Udoka Azubuike, Kansas, 7-0, Sophomore

Sedrick Barefield, Utah, 6-2, Junior

Tyus Battle, Syracuse, 6-6, Sophomore

Lamonte Bearden, Western Kentucky, 6-3, Junior

Ky Bowman, Boston College, 6-1, Sophomore

Barry Brown Jr., Kansas State, 6-3, Junior

Bryce Brown, Auburn, 6-3, Junior

C.J. Burks, Marshall, 6-4, Junior

Jordan Caroline, Nevada, 6-7, Junior

Haanif Cheatham, FGCU, 6-5, Junior

Yoeli Childs, BYU, 6-8, Sophomore

Chris Clemons, Campbell, 5-9, Junior

Tyler Cook, Iowa, 6-9, Sophomore

Isaac Copeland Jr., Nebraska, 6-9, Junior

Mike Daum, South Dakota State, 6-9, Junior

Jon Davis, Charlotte, 6-3, Junior

Jordan Davis, Northern Colorado, 6-2, Junior

Shawntrez Davis, Bethune-Cookman, 6-9, Junior

Terence Davis, Mississippi, 6-4, Junior

Noah Dickerson, Washington, 6-8, Junior

Torin Dorn, North Carolina State, 6-5, Junior

Nojel Eastern, Purdue, 6-6, Freshman

Carsen Edwards, Purdue, 6-1, Sophomore

Jon Elmore, Marshall, 6-3, Junior

Bruno Fernando, Maryland, 6-10, Freshman

Dextor Foster, ASA College (FL) 6-5, Junior

Jarrey Foster, SMU, 6-6, Junior

Robert Franks Jr., Washington State, 6-7, Junior

Eugene German, Northern Illinois, 6-0, Sophomore

Admon Gilder, Texas A&M 6-4, Junior

Michael Gilmore, FGCU, 6-10, Junior

Jessie Govan, Georgetown, 6-10, Junior

Tyler Hall, Montana State, 6-4, Junior

Jaylen Hands, UCLA, 6-3, Freshman

Zach Hankins, Ferris State, 6-10, Junior

Ethan Happ, Wisconsin, 6-10, Junior

Jared Harper, Auburn, 5-10, Sophomore

Mustapha Heron, Auburn, 6-5, Sophomore

Malik Hines, Massachusetts, 6-10, Junior

Jalen Hudson, Florida, 6-6, Junior

Dewan Huell, Miami, 6-11, Sophomore

Tramaine Isabell Jr., Drexel, 6-1, Junior

Justin James, Wyoming, 6-7, Junior

Zach Johnson, FGCU, 6-2, Junior

Christian Keeling, Charleston Southern, 6-4, Sophomore

Sagaba Konate, West Virginia, 6-8, Sophomore

Kalob Ledoux, McNeese State, 6-3, Sophomore

Abdul Lewis, NJIT, 6-10, Junior

Victor Lewis II, West Texas A&M, 6-3, Junior

Dominic Magee, Southern Mississippi, 6-4, Junior

Fletcher Magee, Wofford, 6-4, Junior

Caleb Martin, Nevada, 6-7, Junior

Cody Martin, Nevada, 6-7, Junior

Malik Martin, South Florida, 6-11, Junior

Zane Martin, Towson, 6-4, Sophomore

Charles Matthews, Michigan, 6-6, Sophomore

Luke Maye, North Carolina, 6-8, Junior

Jalen McDaniels, San Diego State, 6-10, Freshman

Markis McDuffie, Wichita State, 6-8, Junior

Christian Mekowulu, Tennessee State, 6-9, Junior

Aaron Menzies, Seattle, 7-3, Junior

Shelton Mitchell, Clemson, 6-3, Junior

Takal Molson, Canisius, 6-5, Freshman

Juwan Morgan, Indiana, 6-8, Junior

Matt Morgan, Cornell, 6-3, Junior

Isaiah Moss, Iowa, 6-5, Sophomore

Travis Munnings, Louisiana-Monroe, 6-6, Junior

Jordan Murdock, Friends University, 6-4, Junior

Ray Ona Embo, Tulane, 6-5, Sophomore

James Palmer Jr., Nebraska, 6-6, Junior

Keanu Peters, Salt Lake CC (UT), 6-2, Sophomore

Lamar Peters, Mississippi State, 6-0, Sophomore

Jalon Pipkins, Cal State-Northridge, 6-4, Freshman

Shamorie Ponds, St. John’s, 6-1, Sophomore

Jontay Porter, Missouri, 6-11, Freshman

Marcquise Reed, Clemson, 6-3, Junior

Isaiah Reese, Canisius, 6-5, Sophomore

Cody Riley, UCLA, 6-10, Freshman

Kerwin Roach II, Texas, 6-4, Junior

Ahmaad Rorie, Montana, 6-1, Junior

Quinton Rose, Temple, 6-8, Sophomore

Admiral Schofield, Tennessee, 6-5, Junior

Ronshad Shabazz, Appalachian State, 6-5, Junior

Chris Silva, South Carolina, 6-9, Junior

Deshon Taylor, Fresno State, 6-2, Junior

Reid Travis, Stanford, 6-8, Junior

Lagerald Vick, Kansas, 6-5, Junior

Christian Vital, Connecticut, 6-2, Sophomore

Jaylin Walker, Kent State, 6-1, Junior

Nick Ward, Michigan State, 6-8, Sophomore

PJ Washington, Kentucky, 6-7, Freshman

Tremont Waters, LSU, 5-11, Freshman

Quinndary Weatherspoon, Mississippi State, 6-4, Junior

Andrien White, Charlotte, 6-3, Junior

Demajeo Wiggins, Bowling Green, 6-10, Junior

Lindell Wigginton, Iowa State, 6-2, Freshman

Austin Wiley, Auburn, 6-11, Freshman

Kris Wilkes, UCLA, 6-8, Freshman

Justin Wright-Foreman, Hofstra, 6-1, Junior

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