19 players have decided to accept invites to attend the 2015 NBA Draft, and there will be two Arizona Wildcats in the green room in New York City.
Both Stanley Johnson and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson will be at the draft on Thursday. They are two of just three Pac-12 players attending.
Here's a look at all 19 guys that have accepted invitations.
Devin Booker, Kentucky
Willie Cauley-Stein, Kentucky
Sam Dekker, Wisconsin
Jerian Grant, Notre Dame
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Arizona
Stanley Johnson, Arizona
Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin
Kevon Looney, UCLA
Trey Lyles, Kentucky
Emmanuel Mudiay, Democratic Republic of Congo
Jahlil Okafor, Duke
Kelly Oubre, Jr. Kansas
Cameron Payne, Murray State
Bobby Portis, Arkansas
Kristaps Porzingis, Latvia
D'Angelo Russell, Ohio State
Karl-Anthony Towns, Kentucky
Myles Turner, Texas
Justise Winslow, Duke
Since invites go out to prospects based on feedback from NBA scouts, this is a good sign for Rondae's draft chances, as it seems people within the game expect him to go in the top 20.
Three players declined invites to the draft. They are Delon Wright, Tyus Jones, and R.J. Hunter.
This week may just may be @GoPro worthy— Stanley Johnson (@iAmSJ) June 22, 2015
You can watch Rondae and Stanley find out their futures Thursday night on ESPN at 4 PM PT.