Ninety-five underclassmen along with eight players who fulfilled their degree requirements in a timely fashion have been granted eligibility for the 2017 NFL Draft.
The National Football League on Friday announced 103 players that have been granted early entry into the 2017 Draft.
Among those 103 players that have been granted early entry is 95 who met the league's three-year eligibility rule and each has submitted a written application in which he renounced his remaining college football eligibility.
Those players are the following:
- Jamal Adams, defensive back, LSU
Budda Baker, defensive back, Washington * Derek Barnett, defensive end, Tennessee * Garett Bolles, tackle, Utah * Caleb Brantley, defensive tackle, Florida * Noah Brown, wide receiver, Ohio State * KD Cannon, wide receiver, Baylor * Devin Childress, wide receiver, North Park * Michael Clark, wide receiver, Marshall * James Connor, running back, Pittsburgh * Dalvin Cook, running back, Florida State * Zach Cunningham, linebacker, Vanderbilt * Malachi Dupre, wide receiver, LSU * Jerod Evans, quarterback, Virginia Tech * Jeremy Faulk, defensive tackle, Garden City Community College * Tarean Folston, running back, Notre Dame * Isaiah Ford, wide receiver, Virginia Tech * D'Onta Foreman, running back, Texas * Leonard Fournette, running back, LSU * Myles Garrett, defensive end, Texas A&M * Shelton Gibson, wide receiver, West Virginia * Davon Godchaux, defensive tackle, LSU * Chris Godwin, wide receiver, Penn State * Isaiah Golden, defensive tackle, McNeese State * Jermaine Grace, linebacker, Miami * Derrick Griffin, wide receiver, Texas Southern * Chad Hansen, wide receiver, Clemson * Charles Harris, defensive end, Missouri * Carlos Henderson, wide receiver, Louisiana Tech *
Brian Hill, running back, Wyoming * Elijah Hood, running back, North Carolina * Malik Hooker, safety, Ohio State * Titus Howard, defensive back, Slippery Rock * Marlon Humphrey, defensive back, Alabama * Adoree' Jackson, defensive back, USC * Roderick Johnson, tackle, Florida State * Aaron Jones, running back, Texas-El Paso * Josh Jones, defensive back, North Carolina State * Nazair Jones, defensive tackle, North Carolina * Sidney Jones, defensive back, Washington * Brad Kaaya, quarterback, Miami * Alvin Kamara, running back, Tennessee * Tim Kimbrough, linebacker, Georgia * DeShone Kizer, quarterback, Notre Dame * Jerome Lane, wide receiver, Akron * Marshon Lattimore, defensive back, Ohio State * Carl Lawson, defensive end, Auburn * Elijah Lee, linebacker, Kansas State * Keevan Lucas, wide receiver, Tulsa * Marlon Mack, running back, USF * Patrick Mahomes, quarterback, Texas Tech * Josh Malone, wide receiver, Tennessee * Damien Mama, guard, USC * Christian McCaffery, running back, Stanford *
Check out these photos of Malik Hooker, safety out of The Ohio State University.
Malik McDowell, defensive tackle, Michigan State * Isaiah McKenzie, wide receiver, Georgia * Deon-Tay McManus, wide receiver, Marshall * Raekwon McMillan, linebacker, Ohio State * Jeremy McNichols, running back, Boise State * Joe Mixon, running back, Oklahoma * Al-Quadin Muhammed, defensive end, Miami * Montae Nicholson, defensive back, Michigan State * David Njoku, tight end, Miami * Speedy Noil, wide receiver, Texas A&M * Marcus Oliver, linebacker, Indiana * Aaron Peak, defensive back, Butler County Community College * Jabrill Peppers, linebacker, Michigan * Samaje Perine, running back, Oklahoma * Elijah Qualls, defensive tackle, Washington * Devine Redding, running back, Indiana * Cam Robinson, tackle, Alabama * John Ross, wide receiver, Washington * Travis Rudolph, wide receiver, Florida State * Curtis Samuel, wide receiver, Ohio State * Ricky Seals-Jones, wide receiver, Texas A&M * Adam Shaheen, tight end, Ashland * David Sharpe, offensive line, Florida * Garrett Sickels, defensive end, Penn State * JuJu Smith-Schuster, wide receiver, USC * ArDarius Stewart, wide receiver, Alabama * Damore'ea Stringfellow, wide receiver, Ole Miss * Teez Tabor, cornerback, Florida * Vincent Taylor, defensive tackle, Oklahoma State * Solomon Thomas, defensive line, Stanford * Mitch Trubisky, quarterback, North Carolina * Darius Victor, running back, Towson * Anthony Walker, linebacker, Northwestern * Charles Walker, defensive line, Oklahoma * T.J. Watt, linebacker, Wisconsin * Marcus Williams, safety, Utah * Stanley "Boom" Williams, running back, Kentucky * Howard Wilson, cornerback, Houston * Quincy Wilson, cornerback, Florida * Joe Yearby, running back, Miami * Ishmael Zamora, wide receiver, Baylor
Additionally, the following eight players have in timely fashion under NFL rules officially notified the league office that they have fulfilled their degree requirements and are eligible for the 2017 NFL Draft:
- Alex Anzalone, linebacker, Florida
- Gareon Conley, defensive back, Ohio State
- Wayne Gallman, running back, Clemson
- Bucky Hodges, tight end, Virginia Tech
- Artavis Scott, wide receiver, Clemson
- Khari Waithe-Alexander, defensive end, Southern Illinois
- Deshaun Watson, quarterback, Clemson
- Mike Williams, wide receiver, Clemson
The Washington Redskins, of course, hold the No. 17-overall pick in this year's draft. The rest of the team's draft selections will be determined at a later date.