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2024 NFL Draft Declaration Tracker

The top college football players in the country have until January 15 when the deadline to declare for the 2024 NFL Draft will come and pass. Players must have been three years removed from high school to be eligible for teams to draft them. 

Other top players may also decide to return to school or enter the transfer portal to increase their chances at improving their draft stock. 

Here is a list of all the players that have either declared for the draft, returned to school, or transferred to another school. If they declared and are in a college all-star game they will have that designated as well. Players who have transferred will also have their old school as well as their new school listed.

Players Who Have Declared 

*If a player is attending an all-star game, it will be specified within the brackets at the end of their name.


Austin Reed, Western Kentucky (Shrine Game)

Ben Bryant, Northwestern (Hula Bowl)

Bo Nix, Oregon (Senior Bowl)

EUGENE, OR – NOVEMBER 04: Oregon Ducks quarterback Bo Nix (10) throws the ball during a college football game between the California Golden Bears and Oregon Ducks on November 4, 2023, at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon.(Photo by Brian Murphy/Icon Sportswire)

Brennan Armstrong, NC State

Carter Bradley, South Alabama (Senior Bowl)

Caleb Williams, USC

-We are in microscope season; can Caleb Williams hold up to the scrutiny?

Davius Richard, NC Central (Hula Bowl)

Devin Leary, Kentucky (Shrine Game)

Drake Maye, North Carolina

Emory Jones, Cincinnati

Gavin Hardison, UTEP

Jack Plummer, Louisville (Hula Bowl)

Jason Bean, Kansas (Hula Bowl)

Jayden Daniels, LSU

JJ McCarthy, Michigan

Joe Milton, Tennessee (Senior Bowl)

John Rhys Plumlee, UCF (Hula Bowl)

Jordan Travis, Florida State (Shrine Game)

Kedon Slovis, BYU (Shrine Game)

Michael Penix Jr., Washington (Senior Bowl)

-After a great senior season, can Penix rebound from a subpar National Championship game?

Michael Pratt, Tulane (Senior Bowl)

Parker McKinney, Eastern Illinois

Rocky Lombardi, Northern Illinois

Sam Hartman, Notre Dame (Senior Bowl)

Spencer Rattler, South Carolina, (Senior Bowl)

-Will the one-time devy darling be a late round steal in the NFL and fantasy drafts?

Spencer Sanders, Ole Miss (Hula Bowl)

Tanner Mordecai, Wisconsin

Taylor Tagovailoa, QB, Maryland

Running Backs 

Aiden Robbins, BYU

Audric Estime, Notre Dame

Blake Corum, Michigan

In a weak running back class, will Corum be the cream of the crop?

Blake Watson, Memphis (Hula Bowl)

Braelon Allen, Wisconsin

CHAMPAIGN, IL – OCTOBER 21: Wisconsin Badgers Running Back Braelon Allen (0) carries as Illinois Fighting Illini Defensive Back Nicario Harper (0) defends during the college football game between the Wisconsin Badgers and the Illinois Fighting Illini on October 21, 2023, at Memorial Stadium in Champaign, Illinois. (Photo by Michael Allio/Icon Sportswire)

Bucky Irving, Oregon

Carson Steele, UCLA (Shrine Game)

Cody Schrader, Missouri (Senior Bowl)

Daijun Edwards, Georgia

Dillon Johnson, Washington

Dylan Laube, New Hapshire (Senior Bowl)

Emani Bailey, TCU 

Frank Gore Jr., Southern Miss

Isaac Guerendo, Louisville (Shrine Game)

Isaiah Davis, South Dakota State (Senior Bowl)

Jaden Shirden, Monmouth

Jase McClellan, Alabama

Jaylen Wright, Tennessee (Senior Bowl)

Jawhar Jordan, Louisville (Senior Bowl)

Jonathan Brooks, Texas

Josh Henderson, Indiana

Kay’Ron Lynch-Adams, UMass

Kendall Milton, Georgia

Kimani Vidal, Utah (Senior Bowl)

MarShawn Lloyd, USC (Senior Bowl)

Michael Wiley, Arizona

Rasheen Ali, Marshall (Senior Bowl)

Ray Davis, Kentucky (Senior Bowl)

Trey Benson, Florida State

Will Shipley, Clemson

Wide Receivers 

Adonai Mitchell, Texas

Ainias Smith, Texas A&M (Senior Bowl)

Anthony Gould, Oregon State (Shrine Game)

Brendan Rice, USC (Senior Bowl)

-Marvin Harrison Jr. isn’t the only wide receiver with Hall of Fame lineage. Will Brendan Rice shine in the pre-draft process?

Brian Thomas Jr., LSU

Bub Means, Pittsburgh (Shrine Game)

Casey Washington, Illinois (Hula Bowl)

Chris Autman-Bell, Minnesota

Cornelius Johnson, Michigan (Shrine Game)

David White, Western Carolina (Hula Bowl)

Dayton Wade, Ole Miss (Hula Bowl)

Dee Williams, Tennessee

Devaughn Vele, Utah

Devin Carter, West Virginia (Hula Bowl)

Hayden Hatten, Idaho (Hula Bowl)

Isaiah Williams, Illinois (Shrine Game)

Jacob Cowing, Arizona (Senior Bowl)

Jalen Coker, Holy Cross (Shrine Game)

Jalon Calhoun, Duke (Hula Bowl)

Jalen McMillan, Washington

Jamari Thrash, Louisville (Senior Bowl)

Ja’Lynn Polk, Washington 

Javon Antonio, Colorado

Javon Baker, UCF (Senior Bowl)

Jermaine Burton, Alabama (Senior Bowl)

Jeshaun Jones, Maryland (Hula Bowl)

Jha’Quan Jackson, Tulane (Senior Bowl)

Johnny Wilson, Florida State (Senior Bowl)

Jordan Whittington, Texas (Senior Bowl)

Joshua Cephas, UTSA (Hula Bowl)

Keon Coleman, Florida State 

Ladd McConkey, Georgia (Senior Bowl)

Lawrence Keys III, Tulane (Hula Bowl)

Lideatrick Griffin, Mississippi State (Shrine Game)

Luke McCaffrey, Rice (Senior Bowl)

Malachi Corley, Western Kentucky (Senior Bowl)

Malik Nabers, LSU

BATON ROUGE, LA – OCTOBER 14: LSU Tigers wide receiver Malik Nabers (8) scores a touchdown during a game between the LSU Tigers and the Auburn Tigers on October 14, 2023, at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo by John Korduner/Icon Sportswire)

Malik Washington, Virginia 

Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint, Georgia (Senior Bowl)

Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State

Ramel Keyton, Tennessee

Ricky Pearsall, Florida (Senior Bowl)

Roman Wilson, Michigan (Senior Bowl)

Ryan Flournoy, SE Missouri (Hula Bowl)

Rome Odunze, Washington

Tahj Washongton, USC (Shrine Game)

Tayvion Robinson, Kentucky (Hula Bowl)

Tejhaun Palmer, UAB (Hula Bowl)

Tez Walker, North Carolina (Senior Bowl)

Troy Franklin, Oregon

Xavier Legette, South Carolina (Senior Bowl)

-Legette is rising up draft boards fast with his size and ball skills.

Xavier Johnson, Ohio State (Hula Bowl)

Xavier Worthy, Texas

Tight Ends

AJ Barner, Michigan (Senior Bowl)

Austin Stogner, Oklahoma

Ben Sinnott, Kansas State (Senior Bowl)

Brenden Bates, Kentucky (Hula Bowl)

Brevyn Spann-Ford, Minnesota (Senior Bowl)

Brock Bowers, Georgia

ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 31: Georgia Bulldogs tight end Brock Bowers (19) during the college football Playoff Semifinal game at the Chick-fil-a Peach Bowl between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Ohio State Buckeyes on December 31, 2022 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Michael Wade/Icon Sportswire)

Cam Grandy, Illinois State (Hula Bowl)

Dallin Holker, Colorado State (Shrine Game)

Jacob Warren, Tennessee (Hula Bowl)

Jaheim Bell, Florida State (Senior Bowl)

Jared Wiley, TCU (Senior Bowl)

Ja’Tavion Sanders, Texas

Mason Pline, Furman (Hula Bowl)

Max Wright, Texas A&M

McClallan Castles, Tennessee (Shrine Game)

Messiah Swinson, Arizona State (Hula Bowl)

Tanner McLachlan, Arizona (Senior Bowl)

Theo Johnson, Penn State (Senior Bowl)

Tip Reiman, Illinois (Shrine Game)

Trey Knox, South Carolina (Hula Bowl)

Players Who Are Returning to School 

*If a player transferred their old school can be found within the brackets at the end of their name.


Carson Beck, Georgia

Dillon Gabriel, Oregon (Oklahoma)

DJ Uiagalelei, Florida State (Oregon State)

Graham Mertz, Florida

Grayson McCall, NC State (Coastal Carolina)

Jalen Milroe, Alabama

Jalon Daniel, Kansas

KJ Jefferson, UCF (Arknsas)

Kurtis Rourke, Indiana (Ohio)

Kyle McCord, Syracuse (Ohio State)

Max Brosmer, Minnesota (New Hampshire)

Quinn Ewers, Texas

Riley Leonard, Notre Dame (Duke)

Shedeur Sanders, Colorado

Tyler Shough, Louisville (Texas Tech)

Tyler Van Dyke, Wisconsin (Miami FL)

Will Howard, Ohio State (Kansas State)

Will Rogers, Transfer Portal (Mississippi State)

Cam Ward, Miami (Washington State)

Running Backs 

Alton McCaskill, Colorado

Chez Mellusi, Wisconsin

Devin Neal, Kansas

EJ Smith, Texas A&M (Stanford)

Jeremiah Love, Notre Dame

Justice Ellison, Indiana (Wake Forest)

Marcus Carroll, Missouri (Georgia State)

Noah Whittington, Oregon

Raheim Sanders, South Carolina (Arkansas)

TreVeyon Henderson, Ohio State

Ulysses Bentley, Ole Miss

Wide Receivers 

Antwane Wells, Ole Miss (South Carolina)

Beaux Collins, Notre Dame (Clemson)

Bru McCoy, Tennessee

Dont’e Thornton, Tennessee

Dorian Singer, Transfer Portal (USC)

Emeka Egbuka, Ohio State

Isaiah Neyor, Nebraska (Texas)

Ja’Corey Brooks, Louisville (Alabama)

J. Michael Sturdivant, UCLA

Jahmal Banks, Nebraska (Wake Forest)

Jerand Bradley, Boston College (Texas Tech)

Julian Fleming, Penn State (Ohio State)

London Humphreys, Georgia (Vanderbilt)

Tez Johnson, Oregon

Tre Harris, Ole Miss

Troy Horton, Colorado State

Will Sheppard, Colorado (Vanderbilt)

Zakhari Franklin, Ole Miss

Tight Ends

Benjamin Yurosek, Transfer Portal (Stanford)

Caden Prieskorn, Ole Miss

Gavin Bartholomew, Pittsburgh

Jalin Conyers, Texas Tech (Arizona State)

Luke Lachey, Iowa

Oronde Gadsden II, Syracuse

Tyler Warren, Penn State

2 Responses

    1. Right now it’s based on expectations and projected draft capital. If he goes back to school, he’ll be removed.

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