[Editor’s note: On Sunday, the NFL announced that 102 college football players have been certified for early entry to the draft. The full list, organized by school, appears below.]
Alabama: defensive back Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, tackle Cyrus Kouandijo, defensive end Jeoffrey Pagan, defensive back Vinnie Sunseri, linebacker Adrian Hubbard (graduated).
Alabama-Birmingham: running back Darrin Reaves.
Alabama State: running back Isaiah Crowell, receiver Jamel Johnson.
Arizona: running back Ka’Deem Carey.
Arizona State: defensive end Carl Bradford (graduated).
Auburn: running back Tre Mason, tackle Greg Robinson.
Ball State: receiver Willie Snead.
Baylor: running back Lache Seastrunk.
Bethune-Cookman: defensive back Nick Addison, tackle Terrance Hackney.
Boise State: defensive end Demarcus Lawrence.
Boston College: defensive back Albert Louis-Jean.
Brown: running back John Spooney.
California: running back Brendan Bigelow, linebacker Khairi Fortt, defensive back Kameron Jackson, defensive end Chris McCain, defensive tackle Viliami Moala, tight end Richard Rodgers.
Central Florida: quarterback Blake Bortles, running back Storm Johnson.
Clemson: defensive back Bashaud Breeland, receiver Martavis Bryant, receiver Sammy Watkins.
Colorado: receiver Paul Richardson.
Colorado State: running back Kapri Bibbs.
Connecticut: linebacker Yawin Smallwood.
Florida: defensive end Ronald Powell, defensive back Louchez Purifoy, defensive back Marcus Roberson.
Florida State: receiver Kelvin Benjamin, running back Devonta Freeman, defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan, running back James Wilder.
Fresno State: receiver Davante Adams.
Indiana: receiver Cody Latimer.
Jacksonville State: defensive back Pierre Warren.
Louisiana State: receiver Odell Beckham, running back Alfred Blue, defensive tackle Ego Ferguson, running back Jeremy Hill, defensive tackle Anthony Johnson, receiver Jarvis Landry, guard Trai Turner.
Louisville: defensive back Calvin Pryor, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (graduated).
McNeese State: tight end Nic Jacobs.
Mississippi: receiver Donte Moncrief.
Missouri: defensive end Kony Ealy, running back Henry Josey.
New Mexico State: receiver Austin Franklin.
North Carolina: center Russell Bodine, tight end Eric Ebron.
North Carolina State: defensive tackle Carlos Gray.
Notre Dame: running back George Atkinson, tight end Troy Niklas, defensive tackle Louis Nix, defensive end Stephon Truitt.
Ohio State: defensive back Bradley Roby, linebacker Ryan Shazier.
Oklahoma State: receiver Josh Stewart.
Oregon: tight end Colt Lyeria, defensive back Terrance Mitchell, running back De’Anthony Thomas.
Oregon State: receiver Brandon Cooks, defensive end Scott Crichton.
Penn State: receiver Allen Robinson.
Rutgers: receiver Brandon Coleman.
San Diego State: running back Adam Muema.
South Carolina: defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, receiver Bruce Ellington, defensive back Victor Hampton, defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles.
South Florida: defensive end Aaron Lynch.
Southern California: tight end Xavier Grimble, receiver Marqise Lee, center Marcus Martin, defensive end George Uko, defensive back Dion Bailey (graduated).
Stanford: tackle Cameron Fleming, defensive back Ed Reynolds, tackle David Yankey.
Syracuse: running back Jerome Smith.
Texas A&M: receiver Mike Evans, quarterback Johnny Manziel.
Texas Tech: tight end Jace Amaro.
Tennessee: tackle Antonio Richardson.
Tennessee State: tight end A.C. Leonard.
Towson: running back Terrance West.
Utah: tight end Jake Murphy.
UCLA: Guard Xavier Su’a-Filo.
Vanderbilt: receiver Chris Boyd.
Washington: running back Bishop Sankey, tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins.
Western Kentucky: defensive back Jonathan Dowling.
Wyoming: quarterback Brett Smith.