March Madness is upon us and NBA Draft season is on the horizon. As we’ve seen in recent years, testing the NBA Draft waters has become en vogue. 353 players submitted their names as early entrants to test the 2021 NBA Draft waters. 283 players (plus a late Leonard Miller addition) dipped their toes into the 2022 NBA Draft pool. We can likely expect around 300 underclassmen and 2002 to 2004-born international prospects to go through the 2023 NBA Draft process as early entrant candidates.

This can certainly be difficult to track, but we have you covered. This tracker will update real-time with each 2023 NBA Draft declaration through the April 23rd early entrant deadline.

We also have our ear to the ground on agency representation intel, as indicated below.

 = Signed with Agency + Publicly Announced

 = Intel-Based Agency Projection

ProspectDraft AgePre-Draft TeamClassPositionHeightWeightAgency
Deshawndre Washington22.3New Mexico StateJr. (RS)Combo Guard6'7"195Octagon
El Ellis23.5LouisvilleSr.Lead Guard6'3"180
Primo Spears22.3GeorgetownSo.Lead Guard6'3"185
Eli N'Diaye19.0Real Madrid2004Forward6'9"183Wasserman
PJ Hall21.3ClemsonJr.Big6'10"245
Max Lewis20.9PepperdineSo.Wing6'7"195WME
Ben Sheppard21.9BelmontSr.Wing6'6"190GSL
Dillon Jones21.6Weber StateJr.Forward6'6"235
Ta'Lon Cooper23.6MinnesotaSr.Lead Guard6'4"190
Kao Akobundu-Ehiogu23.7MemphisSr. (RS)Forward6'10"202Rize
Tristan Da Silva22.1ColoradoJr.Forward6'9"217
Terry Roberts22.8GeorgiaSr.Lead Guard6'3"180
Meechie Johnson Jr.20.8South CarolinaJr.Lead Guard6'2 1/4"172
Judah Mintz20.0SyracuseFr.Combo Guard6'3"172Glushon

Players can opt to withdraw their names from 2023 NBA Draft consideration to retain NCAA and/or future draft eligibility through June 12th.