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Here's The List Of The Underclassmen Who Will Remain In The 2017 NBA Draft

The May 24 midnight deadline has come and gone, and these are the underclassmen that have chosen to remain in the NBA Draft.

It's May 25, which means the players who declared for the draft and haven't formally withdrawn are, well, still in the NBA Draft. There are 48 underclassmen total.

Below is the list of underclassmen players who will remain in the 2017 NBA Draft:

  • Tony Bradley, North Carolina
  • Semi Ojeleye, SMU
  • Bam Adebayo, Kentucky
  • Jarrett Allen, Texas
  • Ike Anigbogu, UCLA
  • OG Anunoby, Indiana
  • Dwayne Bacon, Florida State
  • Lonzo Ball, UCLA
  • Jordan Bell, Oregon
  • Antonio Blakeney, LSU
  • Isaiah Briscoe, Kentucky
  • Dillon Brooks, Oregon
  • Thomas Bryant, Indiana
  • John Collins, Wake Forest
  • Chance Comanche, Arizona
  • Tyler Dorsey, Oregon
  • PJ Dozier, South Carolina
  • Jawun Evans, Oklahoma State
  • De’Aaron Fox, Kentucky
  • Markelle Fultz, Washington
  • Harry Giles, Duke
  • Jonathan Isaac, Florida State
  • Frank Jackson, Duke
  • Justin Jackson, UNC
  • Jaylen Johnson, Louisville
  • Luke Kennard, Duke
  • Kyle Kuzma, Utah
  • T.J. Leaf, UCLA
  • Tyler Lydon, Syracuse
  • Lauri Markkanen, Arizona
  • Eric Mika, BYU
  • Donovan Mitchell, Louisville
  • Malik Monk, Kentucky
  • Johnathan Motley, Baylor
  • Cameron Oliver, Nevada
  • Justin Patton, Creighton
  • LJ Peak, Georgetown
  • Ivan Rabb, California
  • Devin Robinson, Florida
  • Kobi Simmons, Arizona
  • Dennis Smith Jr., North Carolina State
  • Edmond Sumner, Xavier
  • Caleb Swanigan, Purdue
  • Jayson Tatum, Duke
  • Melo Trimble, Maryland
  • Nigel Williams-Goss, Gonzaga
  • DJ Wilson, Michigan

The 2017 NBA Draft will take place on June 22.