The NBA released the list of early-entry applicants on Tuesday and 182 players have filed to be eligible for the 2017 NBA draft.
The list includes 137 college players and 45 international players. The deadline to apply was Sunday.
College basketball players with eligibility remaining -- and who didn't hire agents -- must withdraw by May 24 to maintain their eligibility and return to school.
Other players have until June 12 to withdraw for the draft, which will be held on June 22.
Last year, 162 players filed for early entry to the NBA, and 57 withdrew to return to college.
Among the players who have declared are the probable top three picks, listed in alphabetical order: UCLA point guard Lonzo Ball, Washington shooting guard Markelle Fultz and Kansas forward Josh Jackson.
Eleven players applied from Final Four teams North Carolina, Gonzaga, Oregon and South Carolina.
National champion North Carolina applicants are junior guard Joel Berry II, junior forward Justin Jackson, junior guard Theo Pinson and freshman forward Tony Bradley.
South Carolina sophomore guard PJ Dozier also applied for the draft.