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2018 NFL Draft Early Entries: Full List Of Underclassmen Declarations


On Monday, the deadline for underclassmen to declare for the 2018 NFL Draft passed. Players had until 6:45 p.m. ET on Monday, Jan. 15. to officially file their paperwork or pull their names from the early entries list.

Players who decided to turn pro include names like star quarterbacks Sam Darnold, Josh Allen and Josh Rosen, Penn State running back Saquon Barkley, Iowa defensive back Josh Jackson and LSU pass rusher Arden Key. All of those players are expected to be drafted early on in the first round.

The complete list of underclassmen who declared as 2018 NFL Draft early entries can be seen below:

Josh Adams RB Notre Dame
Olasunkanmi Adeniyi DE Toledo
Jaire Alexander DB Louisville
Josh Allen QB Wyoming
Kyle Allen QB Houston
Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma
Dorance Armstrong DL Kansas
Jerome Baker LB Ohio State
Saquon Barkley RB Penn State
Jessie Bates III DB Wake Forest
Orlando Brown OL Oklahoma
Taven Bryan DL Florida
Deontay Burnett WR USC
Deon Cain WR Clemson
Antonio Callaway WR Florida
Jack Cichy LB Wisconsin
Will Clapp OL LSU
Simmie Cobbs WR Indiana
Keke Coutee WR Texas Tech
JJ Dallas DB Louisiana-Monroe
James Daniels OL Iowa
Sam Darnold QB USC
Carlton Davis CB Auburn
Michael Dickson P Texas
Terrell Edmunds DB Virginia Tech
Tremaine Edmunds LB Virginia Tech
DeShon Elliott DB Texas
Minkah Fitzpatrick DB Alabama
Nick Gates OL Nebraska
Rashaan Gaulden DB Tennessee
Frank Ginda LB San Jose State
Rasheem Green DL USC
Derrius Guice RB LSU
Ronnie Harrison DB Alabama
Taylor Hearn OL Clemson
Quadree Henderson WR Pittsburgh
Holton Hill DB Texas
Nyheim Hines RB NC State
Jeff Holland DL Auburn
Sam Hubbard DE Ohio State
Mike Hughes DB Central Florida
Hayden Hurst TE South Carolina
Joel Iyiegbuniwe LB Western Kentucky
Ryan Izzo TE Florida State
Donte Jackson DB LSU
J.C. Jackson DB Maryland
Josh Jackson DB Iowa
Lamar Jackson QB Louisville
Derwin James DB Florida State
Richie James WR Middle Tennessee
Malik Jefferson LB Texas
Kerryon Johnson RB Auburn
Ronald Jones RB USC
Sam Jones OL Arizona State
John Kelly RB Tennessee
Arden Key LB LSU
Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M
Du’Vonta Lampkin DT Oklahoma
Jordan Lasley WR UCLA
Tanner Lee QB Nebraska
Chase Litton QB Marshall
Tavares Martin WR Washington State
Hercules Mata’afa DL Washington State
Ray-Ray McCloud WR Clemson
Tavarus McFadden DB Florida State
RJ McIntosh DT Miami
Kahlil McKenzie DL Tennessee
Quenton Meeks DB Stanford
Kolton Miller OL UCLA
D.J. Moore WR Maryland
Ryan Nall RB Oregon State
Nick Nelson DB Wisconsin
Quenton Nelson OL Notre Dame
Kendrick Norton DT Miami
Isaiah Oliver DB Colorado
Brian O’Neill OT Pittsburgh
Da’Ron Payne DL Alabama
Kamryn Pettway RB Auburn
Harrison Phillips DL Stanford
Eddy Pineiro K Florida
Byron Pringle WR Kansas State
Trey Quinn WR SMU
D.J. Reed DB Kansas State
Justin Reid DB Stanford
Will Richardson OL NC State
Calvin Ridley WR Alabama
Korey Robertson WR Southern Miss
Josh Rosen QB UCLA
Christian Sam LB Arizona State
Bo Scarbrough RB Alabama
Dalton Schultz TE Stanford
Tim Settle DL Virginia Tech
Andre Smith LB North Carolina
Roquan Smith LB Georgia
Tre’Quan Smith WR Central Florida
Van Smith CB Clemson
Breeland Speaks DL Ole Miss
Equanimeous St. Brown WR Notre Dame
Courtland Sutton WR SMU
Josh Sweat DL Florida State
Auden Tate WR Florida State
Maea Teuhema OL Southeastern Louisiana
Trent Thompson DT Georgia
Kevin Toliver DB LSU
Leighton Vander Esch LB Boise State
Vita Vea DL Washington
Mark Walton RB Miami
Denzel Ward DB Ohio State
Toby Weathersby OL LSU
Jordan Whitehead DB Pittsburgh
JoJo Wicker DL Arizona State
Jalen Wilkerson OL Florida State
Connor Williams OL Texas
Eddy Wilson DL Purdue


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