2013 NBA Draft Combine Participant List Officially Released

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2013 NBA Draft Combine Participant List Officially Released

The NBA has released its participants for the draft combine, and the list features some of the best college and international prospects in the game.

Chad Ford of ESPN posted the full list on Twitter, which you can see here:

Player College/Club
Steven Adams Pittsburgh
Lorenzo Brown North Carolina State
Reggie Bullock North Carolina
Trey Burke Michigan
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Georgia
Isaiah Canaan Murray State
Jackie Carmichael Illinois State
Michael Carter-Williams Syracuse
Allen Crabbe California
Seth Curry Duke
Brandon Davies BYU
Dewayne Dedmon Southern California
Gorgui Dieng Louisville
James Ennis Long Beach State
Carrick Felix  Arizona State
Jamaal Franklin San Diego State
Rudy Gobert Cholet (France)
Archie Goodwin Kentucky
Erick Green Virginia Tech
Tim Hardaway Jr.  Michigan
Solomon Hill Arizona
Richard Howell North Carolina State
Colton Iverson Colorado State
Pierre Jackson Baylor
Grant Jerrett Arizona
Myck Kabongo Texas
Kenny Kadji Miami (FL)
Ryan Kelly Duke
Shane Larkin Miami (FL)
Ricky Ledo Providence
Alex Len Maryland
C.J. Leslie North Carolina State
Trevor Mbakwe Minnesota
Ray McCallum Detroit
C.J. McCollum Lehigh
Ben McLemore Kansas
Tony Mitchell North Texas
Shabazz Muhammad UCLA
Erik Murphy Florida
Mike Muscala Bucknell
Nerlens Noel Kentucky
Victor Oladipo Indiana
Kelly Olynyk Gonzaga
Brandon Paul Illinois
Norvel Pelle Los Angeles College Prep Academy
Mason Plumlee Duke
Otto Porter Jr. Georgetown
Phil Pressey Missouri
Glen Rice Jr. Rio Grande Valley (D-League)
Andre Roberson Colorado
Dennis Schroeder New Yorker Phantoms (Germany)
Peyton Siva Louisville
Tony Snell New Mexico
James Southerland Syracuse
Adonis Thomas Memphis
Deshaun Thomas Ohio State
Jeff Withey Kansas
Nate Wolters South Dakota State
B.J. Young Arkansas
Cody Zeller Indiana

The actual event takes place on May 16 and 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET and can be seen on ESPNU. Scouts and front-office personnel use this opportunity to get an up-close look at these prospects in order to decide who is worth drafting on June 27.

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Among the names listed is virtually anyone that can be expected to be drafted in the first round, including all of the top players in the class. 

Kentucky's Nerlens Noel is arguably the best available and will be in attendance at the scouting event, although he is still recovering from a torn ACL. Ben McLemore of Kansas, Otto Porter of Georgetown and Indiana's Victor Oladipo are other big names to keep an eye on.

Of course, there are always people left off of the list, and Ford takes a look at some notable snubs:

D.J. Stephens is one player that should be extremely disappointed, because his athleticism is something that could help him move up draft boards over the next few weeks. His exclusion will certainly hurt his ability to turn heads. 

Still, there are plenty of other elite prospects available for teams to get a look at in Chicago. All of these players are looking to show the squads one thing: that they have what it takes to make it in the NBA.

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