Full list of Pac-12 early entrants for 2022 NBA Draft

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As the deadline for early entrants to enter their name in the 2022 NBA Draft has come and gone, the field of available players has now taken shape with big names from the Pac-12 to international leagues. Although new NIL legislation and the transfer portal led some prospects back to school for another year, many still opted to test the professional waters.

While some of these athletes retained their college eligibility and will be given the option to return to school for another season before the June deadline, others have foregone that with their eyes set on playing in the NBA.

The Pac-12 brings multiple highly touted prospects into the 2022 NBA Draft, including Arizona stars Bennedict Mathurin and Christian Koloko, along with multiple UCLA players from their NCAA Tournament runs.

Arizona, UCLA and USC all lead the way in the Pac-12 with three early entrants each. They are followed by Oregon, Stanford and Washington State with two. California, Colorado, Oregon State and Utah produced one prospect each.

While it remains to be seen how many withdraw or how many go in the first round, the conference stands out as one of the most talented from the last season thanks to these players who now look to show off their skills at the next level.

For the full list of early entrants, check out the NBA’s press release here.

2022 NBA Draft entries


Christian Koloko, C, Jr.

Bennedict Mathurin, F, So.

Dalen Terry, G, So.


Andre Kelly, F, Sr.


Jabari Walker, F, So.


Quincy Guerrier, F, Jr.

Will Richardson, G, Sr.

Oregon State

Maurice Calloo, C, Sr.


Jaiden Delaire, F, Sr.

Harrison Ingram, F, Fr.


Jules Bernard, G, Sr.

Johnny Juzang, F, Jr.

Peyton Watson, F, Fr.


Boogie Ellis, G, Jr.

Isaiah Mobley, C, Jr.

Drew Peterson, F, Sr.


Both Gach, F, Sr.

Washington State

Efe Abogidi, C, So.

Mouhamed Gueye, F, Fr.