2018 NFL draft: Tracking underclassmen's intentions

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The NFL announced on Friday that 106 underclassmen are eligible for the 2018 NFL draft, plus another 13 prospects who have fulfilled their degree requirements with college football eligibility remaining. It breaks the record for most underclassmen to enter a draft, and it's the first time more than 100 have done so.

Below is the full list of 119 prospects, with asterisks denoting who has graduated with eligibility remaining.

Round 1 of the draft begins on ESPN and WatchESPN at 8 p.m. ET on April 26 and takes place in Arlington, Texas.

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