NBA Draft 2022 Prospects – List of 60 Players List

The much-awaited NBA Draft 2022 is all set to take place on 23rd June at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. The lottery will determine the first 14 choices in the 2022 NBA Draft, and we’ll eventually find out who’s pick are lucky and who will be upset yet again.

The following are the eligibility requirements: All four-year college athletes are automatically eligible; however, underclassmen must declare their eligibility by sacrificing their remaining collegiate career. If an international player is 22 years old, they are automatically eligible. If they are under the age of 18, they must declare their eligibility.

NBA Draft 2022 Prospects – List of 60 Players List

NBA Draft 2022 Prospects

With lots of expectations, some of the highly talented young college players are anticipated to pick by top teams in 2022 drafts. Here is the list of the top 60 players to watch out for in NBA Draft 2022.

1Paolo Banchero19Duke
2Chet Holmgren19Gonzaga
3Jabari Smith Jr.18Auburn
4Jaden Ivey20Purdue
5Shaedon Sharpe18Kentucky
6Keegan Murray21Iowa
7Dyson Daniels19G League Ignite
8Jalen Duren18Memphis
9Bennedict Mathurin19Arizona
10Johnny Davis20Wisconsin
11AJ Griffin18Duke
12Ochai Agbaji21Kansas
13Mark Williams20Duke
14Jeremy Sochan18Baylor
15Malaki Branham18Ohio State
16Jaden Hardy19G League Ignite
17TyTy Washington20Kentucky
18Tari Eason20LSU
19Ousmane Dieng18NZ Breakers
20Kennedy Chandler18Tennessee
21Nikola Jovic18Mega Basket
22E.J. Liddell21Ohio State
23MarJon Beauchamp21G League Ignite
24Blake Wesley19Notre Dame
25Christian Koloko21Arizona
26Trevor Keels18Duke
27Bryce McGowens19Nebraska
28Kendall Brown18Baylor
29Walker Kessler20Auburn
30Jean Montero18Overtime Elite
31Christian Braun20Kansas
32Wendell Moore Jr.20Duke
33Patrick Baldwin Jr.19Milwaukee
34Leonard Miller18Fort Erie Academy
35Harrison Ingram19Stanford
36Keon Ellis22Alabama
37Jalen Williams22Santa Clara
38Dalen Terry19Arizona
39Ismael Kamagate21Paris Basketball
40Jaylin Williams19Arkansas
41Jake LaRavia21Wake Forest
42Terquavion Smith19NC State
43Justin Lewis19Marquette
44JD Davison19Alabama
45Ryan Rollins19Toledo
46Khalifa Diop20Gran Canaria
47Alondes Williams22Wake Forest
48Hugo Besson20NZ Breakers
49Josh Minott20Memphis
50David Roddy21Colorado State
51Caleb Houstan19Michigan
52Trevion Williams21Purdue
53Julian Champagnie20St. John's
54Drew Timme21Gonzaga
55Max Christie19Michigan State
56Michael Foster19G League Ignite
57Peyton Watson19UCLA
58Dominic Barlow18Overtime Elite
59Jabari Walker20Colorado
60Collin Gillespie22Villanova

When is the NBA Draft in 2022?

  • Date: Thursday, June 23
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET

How to live stream NBA 2022 Draft?

  • TV channels: ABC, ESPN
  • Live stream: Watch ESPN app

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What are the rules surrounding players entering the draft?

Players who declare for the draft have until July 2nd week to withdraw their name and become eligible to sign with any team in the league. If they don’t withdraw their name by then, they’ll automatically be drafted by the team with whom they were originally declared for the draft. Players can only return after completing college eligibility requirements.

Which teams may hold the rights to each player?

Teams have the right to protect the rights to players if they fall into select categories outlined by the NBA. Teams with the worst record at the end of the regular season would not receive selection priority, but could still acquire players by trading back in the draft order. In addition, teams based outside the United States cannot draft American players.

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In addition to the lottery, the NBA holds its annual entry draft each summer. Each team has a certain number of picks they can use, depending on their position in the league. In total, 30 players are drafted into the NBA, but only 20 play for the final roster.

Every player selected is guaranteed a spot on their team’s active roster, although some rookie contracts last longer than others. The draft is usually held in June.

Players are chosen using several methods including the traditional three-round method, where the top prospects are chosen in each round.

A second method is called the “combine,” where many athletes are invited to attend a combine in hopes of being drafted. Combine invites include former college stars, players from overseas, and even high school standouts.