The 2020 NBA Draft has been moved back to mid-October. The NBA Combine may or may not happen at all this year.

Still, that hasn’t stopped the NBA from reportedly sending out Combine invitations to some of the top players from around the world.

In the SEC, an impressive 22 players were among those to reportedly receive invites, according to a list posted on Twitter by Andrew Slater:

  • Anthony Edwards, G, Georgia
  • Ashton Hagans, G, Kentucky
  • Rayshaun Hammonds, F, Georgia
  • Isaiah Joe, G, Arkansas
  • Mason Jones, G, Arkansas
  • AJ Lawson, G, South Carolina
  • Saben Lee, G, Vanderbilt
  • Kira Lewis Jr., G, Alabama
  • Tyrese Maxey, G, Kentucky
  • Skylar Mays, G, LSU
  • Aaron Nesmith, F, Vanderbilt
  • Isaac Okoro, F, Auburn
  • Reggie Perry, F, Mississippi State
  • John Petty Jr., G, Alabama
  • Yves Pons, G/F, Tennessee
  • Immanuel Quickley, G, Kentucky
  • Nick Richards, F, Kentucky
  • Breein Tyree, G, Ole Miss
  • Trendon Watford, F, LSU
  • Kahlil Whitney, F, Kentucky
  • Austin Wiley, F, Auburn
  • Robert Woodard II, G, Mississippi State

Texas A&M, Missouri and Florida were the only 3 schools not to have a player invited. Mizzou recently had most of its players who had declared for the draft announce they were coming back to school. Ditto for Florida.

To see the full list of 105 players, click here.