NFL Draft declaration tracker 2020: Full list of underclassmen leaving college football early

It’s bowl season in college football, a period of time when many of the game’s top underclassmen have a tough call to make: stay in school for another season, or forgo their final year (or two) of eligibility and leave early for the NFL Draft.

This year, the deadline for underclassmen to declare for the 2020 NFL Draft is on Jan. 20, plenty of time for some of college football’s top talent to decide their immediate playing future. More than ever, those players have elected to leave early for the NFL.

A record-111 underclassmen declared for the 2019 NFL Draft, which continued the trend of at least 100 underclassmen declaring for the fourth-straight year (106 players declared in 2018, 103 in 2017 and 107 in 2016). Will that trend continue in 2020?

Sporting News is tracking the top college football underclassmen who declare for the 2020 NFL Draft:

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NFL Draft declaration tracker 2020

Alabama

Appalachian State

Arizona

Arizona State

Arkansas

Auburn

Baylor

Boise State

Boston College

BYU

Colorado

Florida

Florida Atlantic

Florida State

Fresno State

Georgia

Iowa

Kentucky

Louisiana Tech

Louisville

Maryland

Miami

Michigan

Michigan State

Mississippi State

Missouri

Notre Dame

Ohio State

Oklahoma

Oregon State

Penn State

San Diego State

South Carolina

Southern Miss

Stanford

Syracuse

TCU

Temple

Texas A&M

Texas Tech

UCF

UCLA

Utah

Utah State

Virginia Tech

Washington

Wisconsin

Important NFL Draft dates

Jan. 18: East-West Shrine Game (St. Petersburg, Fla.)
Jan. 20: Deadline to declare for the 2020 NFL Draft
Jan. 24: Full list of approved early entrants presented to all 32 NFL teams
Jan. 25: Reese’s Senior Bowl (Mobile, Ala.)
Feb. 24-March 2: NFL Scouting Combine (Indianapolis)
Apr. 23-25: 2020 NFL Draft (Las Vegas)





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