NBA Draft 2021

Eighty-eight early entry candidates withdraw from NBA Draft 2021

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NEW YORK, July 10, 2021 - Eighty-eight players have notified the NBA that they wish to be removed from the list of "early entry" players eligible for selection in the NBA Draft 2021 presented by State Farm. Following the NBA's early entry withdrawal deadline of 5 p.m. ET on July 19, 2021, a comprehensive release will be distributed listing the additional players who provided the NBA with timely notice that they wish to be removed from the list of "early entry" players eligible for selection in the NBA Draft 2021.

The following 88 players have withdrawn their names from consideration for the NBA Draft 2021:

Player School Height Status
Max Abmas Oral Roberts 6-1 Sophomore
Ochai Agbaji Kansas 6-5 Junior
Josiah Agnew Denmark Technical College (SC) 6-1 Freshman
Fardaws Aimaq Utah Valley 6-11 Sophomore
Warith Alatishe Oregon State 6-7 Junior
Keve Aluma Virginia Tech 6-9 Junior
Eric Ayala Maryland 6-5 Junior
Armando Bacot North Carolina 6-10 Sophomore
Marcus Bagley Arizona State 6-8 Freshman
Geo Baker Rutgers 6-4 Senior
Justin Bean Utah State 6-7 Junior
Izaiah Brockington Penn State 6-4 Junior
Dalonte Brown Miami (OH) 6-7 Senior
Keyshawn Bryant South Carolina 6-5 Junior
D.J. Burns Jr. Winthrop 6-9 Sophomore
Maurice Calloo Oregon State 6-10 Junior
Marcus Carr Minnesota 6-2 Junior
Colin Castleton Florida 6-11 Junior
Julian Champagnie St. John's 6-8 Sophomore
Moussa Cisse Memphis 6-10 Freshman
Kofi Cockburn Illinois 7-0 Sophomore
Jermaine Couisnard South Carolina 6-4 Sophomore
Kendric Davis SMU 5-11 Junior
Darius Days LSU 6-7 Junior
Hunter Dickinson Michigan 7-1 Freshman
Navar Elmore Livingstone (NC) 6-9 Senior
Tyson Etienne Wichita State 6-2 Sophomore
Dawson Garcia Marquette 6-11 Freshman
Patrick Greene Jr. National Park College (AR) 6-2 Sophomore
Quincy Guerrier Syracuse 6-7 Sophomore
Jordan Hall St. Joseph's 6-8 Freshman
Bryce Hamilton UNLV 6-4 Junior
De'Vion Harmon Oklahoma 6-2 Sophomore
Ron Harper Jr. Rutgers 6-6 Junior
Trevor Hudgins NW Missouri State 6-0 Junior
David Jean-Baptiste Chattanooga 6-1 Senior
Jalen Johnson Mississippi State 6-6 Senior
Christiaan Jones Stetson 6-5 Senior
DeVante Jones Coastal Carolina 6-1 Junior
Latrell Jones Portland 6-5 Junior
Johnny Juzang UCLA 6-6 Sophomore
John Knight III Southern Utah 6-3 Senior
Miller Kopp Northwestern 6-7 Junior
Kameron Langley North Carolina A&T 6-2 Senior
E.J. Liddell Ohio State 6-7 Sophomore
Jaizec Lottie Flagler (FL) 6-2 Senior
Loudon Love Wright State 6-8 Senior
Remy Martin Arizona State 6-0 Senior
Matthew Mayer Baylor 6-9 Junior
Josh Mballa Buffalo 6-7 Junior
Kameron McGusty Miami 6-5 Senior
Sean McNeil West Virginia 6-3 Junior
Davion Mintz Kentucky 6-3 Senior
Isaiah Mobley USC 6-10 Sophomore
Alex Morales Wagner 6-6 Senior
Issa Muhammad Daytona State (FL) 6-9 Sophomore
Kevin Obanor Oral Roberts 6-8 Junior
Darius Perry UCF 6-2 Senior
Jordan Phillips UT Arlington 6-7 Junior
Scotty Pippen Jr. Vanderbilt 6-1 Sophomore
Courtney Ramey Texas 6-3 Junior
Antonio Reeves Illinois State 6-4 Sophomore
Cody Riley UCLA 6-9 Junior
Orlando Robinson Fresno State 7-0 Sophomore
Shawn Royal Jr. Victory Rock Prep (FL) 6-5 Post-Graduate
Kevin Samuel TCU 6-11 Junior
Marcus Sasser Houston 6-1 Sophomore
Quentin Scott Texas State 6-7 Senior
Ronaldo Segu Buffalo 6-0 Junior
Jaden Shackelford Alabama 6-3 Sophomore
Terrence Shannon Jr. Texas Tech 6-6 Sophomore
Roman Silva Oregon State 7-1 Senior
Deon Stroud Fresno State 6-5 Sophomore
Maleek Taylor Allen University (SC) 6-5 Senior
Clyde Trapp Clemson 6-4 Senior
Stanley Umude South Dakota 6-6 Senior
Alonzo Verge Jr. Arizona State 6-2 Senior
C.J. Walker UCF 6-8 Sophomore
Richard Washington Jr. San Jose State 6-6 Senior
Sahvir Wheeler Georgia 5-10 Sophomore
Fabian White Jr. Houston 6-8 Senior
Jeenathan Williams Buffalo 6-5 Junior
Keith Williams Cincinnati 6-5 Senior
Trevion Williams Purdue 6-10 Junior
Jalen Wilson Kansas 6-8 Freshman
Sidney Wilson SIU-Edwardsville 6-7 Junior
Isaiah Wong Miami 6-3 Sophomore
Jacob Young Rutgers 6-2 Senior

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