Invitations Issued For May Draft Combine

Earlier today, we passed on Lonzo Ball‘s decision to skip the draft combine, which will be held May 9-14 in Chicago. The UCLA point guard, who is expected to be among the first three players selected, may not be there, but Jeff Goodman of has compiled a list of known invitees.

Alphabetically, they are:

Bam Adebayo, Kentucky

Rawle Alkins, Arizona*

Jarrett Allen, Texas

Kadeem Allen, Arizona

Ike Anigbogu, UCLA

OG Anunoby, Indiana

Dwayne Bacon, Florida State

Lonzo Ball, UCLA

Jordan Bell, Oregon

Jaron Blossomgame, Clemson

Tony Bradley, North Carolina*

Isaiah Briscoe, Kentucky

Dillon Brooks, Oregon

Thomas Bryant, Indiana*

John Collins, Wake Forest

Zach Collins, Gonzaga

Hamidou Diallo, Kentucky*

Tyler Dorsey, Oregon

Damyean Dotson, Houston

P.J. Dozier, South Carolina

Jawun Evans, Oklahoma State

De’Aaron Fox, Kentucky

Markelle Fultz, Washington

Harry Giles, Duke

Josh Hart, Villanova

Isaiah Hicks, North Carolina

Jonathan Isaac, Florida State

Wesley Iwundu, Kansas State

Frank Jackson, Duke*

Josh Jackson, Kansas

Justin Jackson, Maryland*

Justin Jackson, North Carolina

Andrew Jones, Texas*

Luke Kennard, Duke

Kyle Kuzma, Utah*

T.J. Leaf, UCLA

Tyler Lydon, Syracuse

Lauri Markkanen, Arizona

Frank Mason, Kansas

Kennedy Meeks, North Carolina

Eric Mika, BYU*

Donovan Mitchell, Louisville*

Monte Morris, Iowa State

Malik Monk, Kentucky

Johnathan Motley, Baylor*

Semi Ojeleye, SMU*

Cam Oliver, Nevada*

Justin Patton, Creighton

Davon Reed, Miami

Devin Robinson, Florida

Kobi Simmons, Arizona

Dennis Smith Jr., N.C. State

Edmond Sumner, Xavier

Caleb Swanigan, Purdue*

Jayson Tatum, Duke

Sindarius Thornwell, South Carolina

Melo Trimble, Maryland

Moritz Wagner, Michigan*

Thomas Welsh, UCLA

Derrick White, Colorado

Nigel Williams-Goss, Gonzaga

D.J. Wilson, Michigan*

Omer Yurtseven, NC State*

*-participating in five-on-five action

Alternates, according to Goodman, are Deng Adel of Louisville, Chris Boucher of Oregon,
Trevon Bluiett of Xavier, L.J. Peak of Georgetown and Derrick Walton of Michigan.

The annual event gives potential draftees an opportunity to work out for teams, conduct interviews and undergo medical tests. Players have until May 24th to withdraw from the draft if they don’t like what they hear at the combine.

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