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2016 NBA Draft Early Entrant List

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The 2016 NBA Draft early entrant list was announced Tuesday night.

As expected, the list cracked 100 players as we're seeing a host of guys simply testing the waters and planning to return. UK fans are hoping that's the case with freshman guard Isaiah Briscoe and Marcus Lee.

Sunday was the deadline for players to declare for the 2016 draft, but we're just now getting the official list of who's in and who's out of the draft. Some players not expected to be on the list that surprisingly declared include Indiana's James Blackmon, LSU's Antonio Blakeney and Villanova's Kris Jenkins.

Florida’s Devin Robinson is not on the list, which means he will be coming back to Gainesville after previously declaring for the draft. This list does not include seniors who cannot return to college.

Here is a list of all the players who declared but are not signing with an agent, leaving their return to college still possible.

Isaiah Briscoe, Kentucky, Fr

Dominique Hawkins, Kentucky, Fr

Marcus Lee, Kentucky, Jr

Charles Matthews, Kentucky, Fr

Antonio Blakeney, LSU, Fr.

Derek Willis, Kentucky, So.

Abdul-Malik Abu, N.C. State, So

Rosco Allen, Stanford, Jr

Tony Anderson, SE Missouri State, Fr

V.J. Beachem, Notre Dame, So

Ben Bentil, Providence, So

Jaron Blossomgame, Clemson, Jr

Trevon Blueitt, Xavier, So

Amida Brimah, UConn, Jr

Dillon Brooks, Oregon, So

Elijah Brown, New Mexico, Jr

Antonio Campbell, Ohio, Jr

Conor Clifford, Washington State, Jr

Charles Cooke, Dayton, Jr

Moustapha Diagne, Northwest Florida, Fr

Cheick Diallo, Kansas, Fr

Tyler Dorsey, Oregon, Fr

Vince Edwards, Purdue, So

Jimmy Hall, Kent State, Jr

Josh Hart, Villanova, Jr

Josh Hawkinson, Washington State, Jr

Nigel Hayes, Wisconsin, Jr

Ike Iroegbu, Washington State, Jr

Justin Jackson, North Carolina, So

Julian Jacobs, USC, Jr

Peter Jok, Iowa, Jr

Moses Kingsley, Arkansas, Jr

Travion Kirkendall, Centenary, Fr

Dedric Lawson, Memphis, Fr

Makai Mason, Yale, So

Jahmal McMurray, South Florida, Fr

Kennedy Meeks, North Carolina, Jr

Dallas Moore, North Florida, Jr

Jalen Moore, Utah State, Jr

Mamadou Ndiaye, UC Irvine, Jr

Malik Newman, Mississippi State, Fr

Marc-Eddy Norelia, FGCU, So

Chinanu Onuaku, Louisville, So

Alec Peters, Valparaiso, Jr

Q.J. Peterson, VMI, Jr

Malik Pope, San Diego State, So

Rodney Purvis, UConn, Jr

Malachi Richardson, Syracuse, Fr

Devin Robinson, Florida, So

Corey Sanders, Rutgers, Fr

Pascal Siakam, New Mexico State, So

Caleb Swanigan, Purdue, Fr

Ethan Telfair, Idaho State, Jr

Trevor Thompson, Ohio State, So

Melo Trimble, Maryland, So

Aaron Valdes, Hawaii, Jr

Mo Watson, Creighton, Jr

Andrew White, Nebraska, Jr

Isaiah Whitehead, Seton Hall, So

Troy Williams, Indiana, Jr

James Blackmon, Indiana, So

Kris Jenkins, Villanova, Jr

Deonte Burton, Iowa State, Jr

Emmanuel Malou, Yuba CC (CA)

And here is the list of players who've reportedly signed with an agent.

Tyler Ulis, Kentucky, So

Jamal Murray, Kentucky, Fr

Skal Labissiere, Kentucky, Fr

Brandon Ingram, Duke, Fr

Jaylen Brown, Cal, Fr

Kris Dunn, Providence, Jr

Henry Ellenson, Marquette, Fr

Wade Baldwin IV, Vanderbilt, So

Cat Barber, N.C. State, Jr

Malik Beasley, Florida State, Fr

Deandre Bembry, Saint Joseph's, Jr

Kareem Canty, Auburn, Jr

Robert Carter, Maryland, Jr

Marquese Chriss, Washington, Fr

Deyonta Davis, Michigan State, Fr

Kay Felder, Oakland, Jr

Brannen Greene, Kansas, Jr

Daniel Hamilton, UConn, So

Demetrius Jackson, Notre Dame, Jr

Stefan Jankovic, Hawai'i, Jr

Damian Jones, Vanderbilt, Jr

Derrick Jones, UNLV, Fr

Thon Maker, High School

Pat McCaw, UNLV, So

Lee Moore, UTEP, Jr

Dejounte Murray, Washington, Fr

Chris Obekpa, UNLV, Jr

Goodluck Okonoboh, UNLV, So

Jakob Poeltl, Utah, So

Tim Quarterman, LSU, Jr

Jalen Reynolds, Xavier, Jr

Domas Sabonis, Gonzaga, So

Wayne Selden, Kansas, Jr

Ben Simmons, LSU, Fr

Diamond Stone, Maryland, Fr

Isaiah Taylor, Texas, Jr

James Webb III, Boise State, Jr

Devin Williams, West Virginia, So

Stephen Zimmerman, UNLV

The following is the list of international players who have applied for early entry into the 2016 NBA Draft:

Player                                     Team/Country of Team        Height              Status

Marko Arapovic                      Cedevita (Croatia)                  6-9                   1996 DOB

Ege Arar                                  Galatasaray (Turkey)               6-9                   1996 DOB

Edin Atic                                Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia)          6-7                   1997 DOB

Gracin Bakumanya                 Antibes (France)                     7-0                   1997 DOB

Romaric Belemene                  Clinicas Rincon (Spain)          6-9                   1997 DOB

Dragan Bender                        Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel)       7-0                   1997 DOB

Metecan Birsen                       Istanbul BSB (Turkey)            6-9                   1995 DOB

Axel Bouteille                         Chalon (France)                      6-7                   1995 DOB

Isaia Cordinier                        Denain (France)                      6-5                   1996 DOB

Petr Cornelie                           Le Mans (France)                    6-11                 1995 DOB

Ilimane Diop                           Laboral Kutxa (Spain)            6-11                 1995 DOB

Youssoupha Fall                     Le Mans (France)                    7-3                   1995 DOB

Diego Flaccadori                     Trento (Italy)                           6-5                   1996 DOB

Michael Fusek                         Spirou (Belgium)                     7-3                   1995 DOB

Marko Guduric                       Crvena Zvezda (Serbia)          6-6                   1995 DOB

Egemen Guven                       Karsiyaka (Turkey)                 6-10                 1996 DOB

Ludvig Hakanson                   Sevilla (Spain)                         6-3                   1996 DOB

Juancho Hernangomez            Estudiantes (Spain)                 6-9                   1995 DOB

Ognjen Jaramaz                       Mega Leks (Serbia)                 6-4                   1995 DOB

Alpha Kaba                             Mega Leks (Serbia)                 6-10                 1996 DOB

Vincent Kesteloot                   Aalstar (Belgium)                    6-7                   1995 DOB

Furkan Korkmaz                     Efes (Turkey)                          6-7                   1997 DOB

Emircan Kosut                        Efes (Turkey)                          7-1                   1995 DOB

Mathias Lessort                       Chalon (France)                      6-9                   1995 DOB

Luc Loubaki                            Orleans (France)                      6-3                   1997 DOB

Timothé Luwawu                    Mega Leks (Serbia)                 6-7                   1995 DOB

Blaz Mesicek                           Union Olimpija (Slovenia)      6-6                   1997 DOB

Aleksej Nikolic                       Brose Baskets (Germany)       6-3                   1995 DOB

Georgios Papagiannis              Panathinaikos (Greece)           7-2                   1997 DOB

Adam Pechacek                      Koszalin (Poland)                   6-10                 1995 DOB

Petar Rakicevic                       Metalac (Serbia)                      6-9                   1995 DOB

Martynas Sajus                        Zalgiris (Lithuania)                 6-9                   1996 DOB

Jordan Sakho                          Torrelodones (Spain)               6-10                 1997 DOB

Wesley Sena                            Bauru (Brazil)                         6-11                 1996 DOB

Kenan Sipahi                           Karsiyaka (Turkey)                 6-6                   1995 DOB

Nik Slavica                              Cibona (Croatia)                     6-7                   1997 DOB

Rolands Smits                         Fuenlabrada (Spain)                6-10                 1995 DOB

Emir Sulejmanovic                  Barcelona (Spain)                    6-9                   1995 DOB

Berk Ugurlu                            Fenerbahce (Turkey)               6-3                   1996 DOB

Alexander Vezenkov              Barcelona (Spain)                    6-9                   1995 DOB

Guerschon Yabusele               Rouen (France)                       6-7                   1995 DOB

Rade Zagorac                          Mega Leks (Serbia)                 6-10                 1995 DOB

Zhou Qi                                   Xinjiang (China)                     7-2                   1996 DOB

Ante Zizic                               Cibona (Croatia)                     6-11                 1997 DOB

Ivica Zubac                             Mega Leks (Serbia)                 7-0                   1997 DOB