2019 NFL Draft early entrants: Complete list of star underclassmen who have declared

With the 2018 college football season officially in the books, attention now turns to the rosters for the sport's top programs entering the 2019 season. And that process begins with determining which eligible underclassmen have left collegiate eligibility on the table in order to enter the 2019 NFL Draft.

The deadline for underclassmen to declare was Monday, Jan. 14, which means we now know exactly who is staying and who is going. Kyler Murray's declaration is at the top of the potential headlines, but there are plenty of other big names who made decisions that will affect the remainder of their lives.

There were a record 106 players who declared for the draft last season, and once the final numbers are tallied, this year is sure to surpass that total. Round 1 of the draft is set for Thursday, April 25. 

Who's leaving? Check out the list below to see who has decided to play on Sundays in 2019.

Players are listed in alphabetical order.


Rodney Anderson



J.J. Arcega-WhitesideWRStanford
Alex BarnesRBKansas State

Nick Bosa


Ohio State

Miles BoykinWRNotre Dame

Jordan Brailford


Oklahoma State

A.J. Brown


Ole Miss

Keenan Brown


Texas State

Marquise BrownWROklahoma

Sean Bunting


Central Michigan

Brian Burns


Florida State

Devin BushLBMichigan
Hakeem ButlerWRIowa State

Xavier Crawford


Central Michigan

Damarea CrockettRBMissouri
Maxx CrosbyDEEastern Michigan
Tyrel DodsonLBTexas A&M

Jovon Durante


Florida Atlantic

David EdwardsOLWisconsin
Bobby EvansOLOklahoma
Noah FantTEIowa
Clelin FerrellDLClemson
Cody FordOLOklahoma
Chauncey Gardner-JohnsonDBFlorida
Rashan GaryDEMichigan
Jalen GuytonWRNorth Texas
Mecole HardmanWRGeorgia
Kelvin HarmonWRNC State
N'Keal HarryWRArizona State
Dwayne HaskinsQBOhio State
Darrell HendersonRBMemphis
Justice HillRBOklahoma State
T.J. HockensonTEIowa
Elijah HolyfieldRBGeorgia
Amani HookerDBIowa
Lil'Jordan HumphreyWRTexas
Joe JacksonDLMiami
Josh JacobsRBAlabama
Andre JamesOLUCLA
Tyron JohnsonWROklahoma State
Daniel JonesQBDuke
Dre'Mont JonesDTOhio State
Michael JordanOL
Ohio State
Vosean JosephLBFlorida
Tre LamarLBClemson
Dexter LawrenceDLClemson
Justin LayneDB
Michigan State
Greg LittleOTOle Miss
David LongLBWest Virginia
David Long Jr. DBMichigan
Julian LoveCBNotre Dame
Alize MackTE Notre Dame
Connor McGovernOLPenn State
D.K. MetcalfWROle Miss
Shareef MillerDLPenn State
Dillon MitchellWROregon
David MontgomeryRBIowa State
Trayvon MullenCBClemson
Byron MurphyDBWashington
Kyler MurrayQBOklahoma
Isaac NautaTEGeorgia
Anthony NelsonDEIowa
Ed OliverDTHouston
Jachai PoliteDEFlorida
Ryan PulleyDBArkansas
Taylor RappDBWashington
Anthony Ratliff-Williams
WRNorth Carolina
Dax RaymondTEUtah State
Riley RidleyWRGeorgia
Miles SandersRBPenn State
Quart'e SappLBTennessee 
Jordan ScarlettRBFlorida
LJ ScottRBMichigan State
Jeffery SimmonsDLMississippi State
Devin SingletaryRBFlorida Atlantic
Darius SlaytonWRAuburn
Irv Smith, Jr.TEAlabama
Kaden SmithTEStanford
Saivion Smith CBAlabama
Sutton SmithDENorthern Illinois
Benny SnellRBKentucky
Jarrett StidhamQB Auburn
Jace SternbergerTETexas A&M
Jawaan TaylorOL Florida
Deionte ThompsonDBAlabama
Mike Weber Jr. RBOhio State
Antoine WesleyWRTexas Tech
Devin WhiteLB LSU
Kerrith Whyte Jr.
RBFlorida Atlantic
Greedy WilliamsCBLSU
Jonah WilliamsOLAlabama
Quinnen WilliamsDLAlabama
Preston Williams
WRColorado State
Trayveon WilliamsRBTexas A&M
Caleb WilsonTEUCLA
Mack WilsonLBAlabama
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Ben Kercheval joined CBS Sports in 2016 and has been covering college football since 2010. Before CBS, Ben worked at Bleacher Report, UPROXX Sports and NBC Sports. As a long-suffering North Texas graduate,... Full Bio

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