Who's in and who's out of the 2006 NBA Draft?

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College underclassmen and international players who don't turn 22 this year have until April 29 to declare themselves eligible for the NBA draft.

College underclassmen who previously have not declared for the draft and who have avoided hiring an agent can withdraw from the draft without penalty (provided that they pay for all of their expenses related to draft workouts) until June 18. International players have no restrictions on how many times they can declare and withdraw from the draft.

Last year, 61 college underclassmen, 12 high school seniors, and 35 international players declared for the 2005 draft. Fifty of those players withdrew their names before the deadline. This year high school seniors are ineligible for the draft.

ESPN.com will use our contacts throughout the league to provide daily updates of who's in, who's out and who's still sitting on the fence up until the April 29 deadline. Click on a player's name to read my projected draft ranking.

Players who officially have declared for the 2006 NBA Draft
* To preserve eligibility, player has not hired an agent.

Arron Afflalo, SG, UCLA*
LaMarcus Aldridge, PF, Texas
Morris Almond, SG, Rice*
Renaldo Balkman, F, South Carolina*
Will Blaylock, PG, Iowa State*
Josh Boone, PF/C, UConn*

Shannon Brown, SG, Michigan State*
Ronnie Brewer, PG/SG, Arkansas*
Guillermo Diaz, G, Miami
Quincy Douby, SG, Rutgers*
Mike Efevberha, SG, Cal State Northridge*
Carl Elliot, PG, George Washington*
Jordan Farmar, PG, UCLA*
Nick Fazekas, PF, Nevada*
Rudy Gay, SF, UConn
Brandon Heath, PG, San Diego State*
Thomas Gardner, SG, Missouri*
Daniel Gibson, PG/SG, Texas*
Aaron Gray, C, Pittsburgh*
Alexander Johnson, PF, Florida State*
Trey Johnson, G, Jackson State*
Kyle Lowry, PG, Villanova*
Paul Millsap, PF, Louisiana Tech*
Adam Morrison, SF, Gonzaga
Patrick O'Bryant, C, Bradley*
Danilo Pinnock, SG, George Washington*
Leon Powe, PF, Cal*
Richard Roby, SG, Colorado*
Rajon Rondo, PG, Kentucky
Blake Schilb, SG, Loyola*
Mustafa Shakur, PG, Arizona*
Cedric Simmons, PF, NC State*
Marcus Slaughter, F, San Diego State
Curtis Stinson, PG/SG, Iowa State*
Tyrus Thomas, PF, LSU
P.J. Tucker, F, Texas*
Ian Vouyoukas, C, St. Louis*
Darius Washington, PG, Memphis
Marcus Williams, PG, UConn
Shawne Williams, SF, Memphis*

Players who are leaning toward declaring for the draft, but officially haven't announced their intentions

Bobby Brown, PG, Cal-State Fullerton
Ekene Ibekwe, PF, Maryland
D.J. Strawberry, PG/SG, Maryland

Players who are still deciding about declaring for the draft

Mario Chalmers, PG, Kansas
Jeff Green, SF, Georgetown
Malik Hairston, SG, Oregon
Roy Hibbert, C, Georgetown
Joseph Jones, PF, Texas A&M
Cartier Martin, SF, Kansas State
Gabriel Pruitt, PG/SG, USC
Ronald Steele, PG, Alabama
Al Thornton, PF, Florida State
Alando Tucker, SG/SF, Wisconsin
Julian Wright, F, Kansas

International players under 22 years old who have declared or who are likely to declare

Andrea Bargnani, F, Italy
Goran Dragic, PG, Slovenia
Lior Eliyahu, F, Israel
Rudy Fernandez, SG, Spain
Marko Lekic, PF, Serbia
Damir Markota, SF, Croatia
Brad Newley, SG, Australia
Olexsiy Pecherov, F, Ukraine
Kosta Perovic, PF/C, Serbia
Milovan Rakovic, PF, Serbia
Sergio Rodriguez, PG, Spain
Mouhamed Saer Sene, C, Senegal
Sidiki Sidibe, C, France
Tiago Splitter, F/C, Brazil
Mirza Teletovic, PF, Bosnia
Ali Traore, PF, France

Players who have officially announced they will return to college next year

Corey Brewer, SG, Florida
Jermareo Davidson, PF/C, Alabama
Glen Davis, PF, LSU
C. J. Giles, C, Kansas
Tyler Hansbrough, PF, North Carolina
Al Horford, PF, Florida
Josh McRoberts, F, Duke
Joakim Noah, PF/C, Florida
Brandon Rush, SG/SF, Kansas
Jason Smith, PF/C, Colorado State
Marcus Williams, F, Arizona
Yi Jianlian, F, China

Chad Ford covers the NBA for ESPN Insider.