NBA reveals 2022 Draft Combine participants ahead of event

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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 76 players invited to the annual combine. NBA insider Shams Charania published the full list on Twitter.

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. In addition to those from the college ranks, several players will participate after playing in a professional setting overseas or in the United States with the G-League or Overtime Elite.

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.

As the 2022 NBA Draft Combine approaches with a full week of activities set for May 16-22, here is the full list of scheduled participants.

2022 NBA Draft Combine participants

Ochai Agbaji, Kansas

Patrick Baldwin Jr, Milwaukee

Paolo Banchero, Duke

Dominick Barlow, Overtime Elite

MarJon Beauchamp, G-League Ignite

Hugo Besson, New Zealand Breakers

Malaki Branham, Ohio State

Christian Braun, Kansas

Kendall Brown, Baylor

John Butler Jr, Florida State

Julian Champagnie, St. John’s

Kennedy Chandler, Tennessee

Max Christie, Michigan State

Kofi Cockburn, Illinois

Dyson Daniels, G-League Ignite

Johnny Davis, Wisconsin

JD Davison, Alabama

Moussa Diabate, Michigan

Ousmane Dieng, New Zealand Breakers

Khalifa Diop, Gran Canaria

Jalen Duren, Memphis

Tari Eason, LSU

Keon Ellis, Alabama

Michael Foster Jr, G-League Ignite

Collin Gillespie, Villanova

AJ Griffin, Duke

Jaden Hardy, G-League Ignite

Ron Harper Jr, Rutgers

Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga

Harrison Ingram, Stanford

Jaden Ivey, Purdue

Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana

Nikola Jovic, Mega

Johnny Juzang, UCLA

Ismael Kamagate, Paris

Trevor Keels, Duke

Walker Kessler, Auburn

Christian Koloko, Arizona

Jake LaRavia, Wake Forest

Justin Lewis, Marquette

EJ Liddell, Ohio State

Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona

Matthew Mayer, Baylor

Bryce McGowens, Nebraska

Leonard Miller, Fort Erie International Academy

Josh Minott, Memphis

Aminu Mohammed, Georgetown

Iverson Molinar, Mississippi State

Jean Montero, Overtime Elite

Wendell Moore Jr, Duke

Keegan Murray, Iowa

Andrew Nembhard, Gonzaga

Scotty Pippen Jr, Vanderbilt

Gabriele Procida, Fortitudo Bologna

Orlando Robinson, Fresno State

David Roddy, Colorado State

Ryan Rollins, Toledo

Dereon Seabron, NC State

Shaedon Sharpe, Kentucky

Jabari Smith, Auburn

Terquavion Smith, NC State

Jeremy Sochan, Baylor

Matteo Spagnolo, Cremona

Julian Strawther, Gonzaga

Dalen Terry, Arizona

Drew Timme, Gonzaga

Jabari Walker, Colorado

TyTy Washington Jr, Kentucky

Peyton Watson, UCLA

Blake Wesley, Notre Dame

Alondes Williams, Wake Forest

Jalen Williams, Santa Clara

Jaylin Williams, Arkansas

Mark Williams, Duke

Trevion Williams, Purdue

Fanbo Zeng, G-League Ignite