Alabi, Taylor still on the fence
Editor's Note: Since this piece was originally published, Luke Babbitt declared for the draft. He has been removed from the group below.
The proverbial NBA draft floodgates are wide open.
A whopping 57 college underclassmen have already stated their intentions to declare for the 2010 draft, and we still have until April 25 at 11:59 p.m. for more to follow. Apparently, the NCAA's decision to move up the withdrawal date for NCAA prospects to May 8 has done little to stem the early entry tide.
Last year we saw a brief respite from the storm when a handful of potential lottery picks -- Ed Davis, Al-Farouq Aminu, Cole Aldrich, Willie Warren and Greg Monroe -- decided to return to school for another season. But at this point, all of ESPN.com's projected lottery picks have declared for the draft.
It goes deeper than that. Twenty-five of our top 30 prospects are in. And an unusually high number of players not ranked in ESPN.com's top 60 or even in our Top 100 have declared.
With a week until the deadline, here's an update on the players, currently ranked in our Top 60, that we're still waiting to hear something from.
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