2018 NFL Draft early entries: Tracking which players are leaving college football

College football players who are three years removed from playing high school football have until Jan. 15 to declare early for the NFL Draft. The 2018 NFL Draft takes place April 26-28 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, home of the Dallas Cowboys.

Who's leaving? Bookmark this page to keep track of all of the college football stars who have decided to play on Sundays in 2018.

Updated Jan. 15, 2018. Players are listed in alphabetical order.

PlayerPositionSchool
Josh AdamsRBNotre Dame

Olasunkanmi Adeniyi

DE

Toledo

Jaire Alexander

DB

Louisville

Josh Allen

QB

Wyoming

Kyle AllenQBHouston
Mark AndrewsTEOklahoma
Dorance ArmstrongDLKansas
Jerome BakerLBOhio State

Saquon Barkley

RB

Penn State

Jessie Bates IIIDBWake Forest

Orlando Brown

OL

Oklahoma

Taven Bryan

DL

Florida

Deontay BurnettWRUSC
Deon CainWRClemson

Antonio Callaway

WR

Florida

Jack Cichy

LB

Wisconsin

Will ClappOLLSU

Simmie Cobbs

WR

Indiana

Keke CouteeWRTexas Tech
JJ DallasDBLouisiana-Monroe
James DanielsOLIowa
Sam DarnoldQBUSC
Carlton Davis
CBAuburn
Michael DicksonPTexas
Terrell EdmundsDBVirginia Tech
Tremaine Edmunds
LBVirginia Tech
DeShon ElliottDBTexas
Minkah FitzpatrickDBAlabama
Nick GatesOLNebraska
Rashaan GauldenDBTennessee
Frank GindaLBSan Jose State
Rasheem GreenDLUSC
Derrius GuiceRBLSU
Ronnie HarrisonDBAlabama
Taylor HearnOLClemson
Quadree Henderson
WRPittsburgh
Holton HillDBTexas
Nyheim Hines
RBNC State
Jeff Holland
DLAuburn
Sam HubbardDEOhio State
Mike HughesDBCentral Florida
Hayden HurstTESouth Carolina
Joel IyiegbuniweLBWestern Kentucky
Ryan IzzoTEFlorida State
Donte JacksonDBLSU
J.C. Jackson
DBMaryland
Josh JacksonDBIowa
Lamar JacksonQBLouisville
Derwin JamesDBFlorida State
Richie JamesWRMiddle Tennessee
Malik JeffersonLBTexas
Kerryon JohnsonRBAuburn
Ronald JonesRBUSC
Sam JonesOLArizona State
John KellyRBTennessee
Arden KeyLBLSU
Christian KirkWRTexas A&M
Du'Vonta LampkinDTOklahoma
Jordan LasleyWRUCLA
Tanner LeeQBNebraska
Chase LittonQBMarshall
Tavares MartinWRWashington State
Hercules Mata'afaDLWashington State
Ray-Ray McCloudWR
Clemson
Tavarus McFaddenDBFlorida State
RJ McIntosh
DTMiami
Kahlil McKenzieDLTennessee
Quenton MeeksDBStanford
Kolton MillerOLUCLA
D.J. MooreWRMaryland
Ryan NallRBOregon State
Nick NelsonDBWisconsin
Quenton Nelson
OLNotre Dame
Kendrick Norton
DTMiami
Isaiah Oliver
DBColorado
Brian O'NeillOTPittsburgh
Da'Ron PayneDLAlabama
Kamryn Pettway
RBAuburn
Harrison PhillipsDLStanford
Eddy PineiroKFlorida
Byron PringleWRKansas State
Trey QuinnWRSMU
D.J. ReedDBKansas State
Justin ReidDBStanford
Will RichardsonOLNC State
Calvin RidleyWRAlabama
Korey RobertsonWRSouthern Miss
Josh RosenQBUCLA
Christian SamLB
Arizona State
Bo ScarbroughRBAlabama
Dalton SchultzTEStanford
Tim SettleDLVirginia Tech
Andre SmithLBNorth Carolina
Roquan SmithLBGeorgia
Tre'Quan SmithWRCentral Florida
Van SmithCBClemson
Breeland SpeaksDLOle Miss
Equanimeous St. BrownWRNotre Dame
Courtland SuttonWRSMU
Josh SweatDLFlorida State
Auden TateWRFlorida State
Maea Teuhema
OLSoutheastern Louisiana
Trent ThompsonDTGeorgia
Kevin ToliverDBLSU
Leighton Vander EschLBBoise State
Vita VeaDLWashington
Mark WaltonRBMiami
Denzel Ward
DBOhio State
Toby WeathersbyOLLSU
Jordan WhiteheadDBPittsburgh
JoJo WickerDLArizona State
Jalen WilkersonOLFlorida State
Connor WilliamsOLTexas
Eddy WilsonDLPurdue
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Barrett Sallee has been a member of the sports media in various aspects since 2001. He is currently a college football writer for CBS Sports, while also hosting on ESPNU on SiriusXM Radio channel 84, the... Full Bio

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