NBA Basketball News, Rumors
InsideHoops Home | NBA Basketball | College Hoops | High School | Streetball | Rucker Park | NYC | Minors | WNBA | World

  NBA NEWS & RUMORS
News
NBA rumors
Media Links
Basketball Blog

  EMAIL & FORUMS
Message Board
Free Email

  SCORES & STATS
Scores NBA Stats
Previews Recaps
Standings NBA Video
Schedule Transactions
  NBA FEATURES
Fantasy Basketball
Power Rankings
NBA Awards Watch
Old Articles
NBA Salaries Free Agents
Interviews Depth Charts
MVP Race Rookie Watch
NBA Draft
NBA Mock Draft



  MORE BASKETBALL
History All-Star
Business Playing Tips
NBA Throwback Jerseys
  MORE LEAGUES
Olympics World / USA
Minors Summer
  WEBSITE INFO
About Us Write For Us
Advertise Contact Us
  FOLLOW US
basketball twitter
nba rss feed RSS (of our blog)

2014 NBA Draft Early Entry Players List


| June 17, 2014

Eighteen players who had declared themselves early entry candidates for the 2014 NBA Draft have withdrawn from consideration. There are 44 collegiate and 13 international prospects that remain early entry candidates.

The 2014 NBA Draft is approaching soon: Thursday, June 26 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

The following player from a U.S. college has withdrawn his name from consideration for the 2014 NBA Draft:

PLAYER                                              SCHOOL

Mychal Ammons                                   South Alabama

International players who have withdrawn their names from consideration for 2014 NBA Draft:
PLAYER                                  	TEAM (COUNTRY*)

Eleftherios Bochoridis                     	Aris (Greece)

Matías Bortolin                             	Regatas Corrientes (Argentina)

Nedim Buza                                    	Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia)

Berkay Candan                                 	TED Kolejliler (Turkey)

Joonas Cavén                                   	Joventut (Spain)

Moussa Diagne                                	Fuenlabrada (Spain)

Tomas Dimša                                  	Zalgiris (Lithuania)

Marcus Eriksson                              	Manresa (Spain)

Ilja Gromovs                                 	Ventspils (Latvia)

Rasmus Larsen                                	Manresa (Spain)

Mateusz Ponitka                               	Oostende (Belgium)

Kristaps Porzingis                          	Cajasol (Spain)

Marko Ramljak                              	Zadar (Croatia)

Alejandro Suarez                             	Joventut (Spain)

Devon Van Oostrum                             	Vitoria (Spain)

Guillem Vives                              	Joventut (Spain) 

Adin Vrabac                                	Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia)


Players from U.S. colleges who remain early entry candidates for the 2014 NBA Draft:
PLAYER                                       	SCHOOL

Jordan Adams                                 	UCLA

William Alston                         		CC of Baltimore County Dundalk

Kyle Anderson                            	UCLA

Isaiah Austin                             	Baylor

Chane Behanan                             	Louisville

Sim Bhullar                                 	New Mexico State

Khem Birch                                    	UNLV

Jabari Brown                               	Missouri

Jahii Carson                             	Arizona State

Semaj Christon                              	Xavier

Jordan Clarkson                              	Missouri

DeAndre Daniels                            	Connecticut

Spencer Dinwiddie                          	Colorado 

Joel Embiid                                 	Kansas

Tyler Ennis                                 	Syracuse

Aaron Gordon                                	Arizona

Jerami Grant                               	Syracuse 

P.J. Hairston                               	Texas (NBA D-League)/North Carolina

Gary Harris                                	Michigan State

Rodney Hood                                	Duke

Nick Johnson                             	Arizona

Alex Kirk                                  	New Mexico

Zach LaVine                                 	UCLA

James Michael McAdoo                        	North Carolina

K.J. McDaniels                               	Clemson

Mitch McGary                            	Michigan

Eric Moreland                              	Oregon State

Johnny O’Bryant III                      	LSU

Jabari Parker                             	Duke

Elfrid Payton                               	Louisiana-Lafayette

Julius Randle                            	Kentucky

Glenn Robinson III                        	Michigan

LaQuinton Ross                             	Ohio State

Antonio Rucker                            	Clinton JC (SC) 

JaKarr Sampson                             	St. John’s 

Marcus Smart                             	Oklahoma State

Roscoe Smith                               	UNLV

Nik Stauskas                                	Michigan

Jarnell Stokes                              	Tennessee

Noah Vonleh                                  	Indiana

T.J. Warren                                  	North Carolina State

Andrew Wiggins                             	Kansas

James Young                            		Kentucky

Ta’Quan Zimmerman                            	Thompson Rivers (Canada)

 

International players who remain early entry candidates for the 2014 NBA Draft:
PLAYER                                        	TEAM (COUNTRY*)

Bruno Caboclo                                	Pinheiros (Brazil)

Clint Capela                                	Chalon (France)

Nemanja Dangubic                                Mega Vizura (Serbia)

Danté Exum                                 	Australia

Damien Inglis                              	Roanne (France)

Nikola Jokic                                 	Mega Vizura (Serbia)

Michalis Kamperidis                             Filathlitikos (Greece)

Artem Klimenko                             	Avtodor (Russia)

Lucas Mariano                               	Vivo Franca (Brazil)

Vasilije Micic                             	Mega Vizura (Serbia)

Jusuf Nurkic                                 	Cedevita (Croatia)

Dario Šaric                                 	Cibona (Croatia)

Ojars Silinš                                 	Reggio Emilia (Italy)

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality


-----

2013 NBA DRAFT EARLY ENTRY LIST

Eighteen players who had declared as early entry candidates for the 2013 NBA Draft have withdrawn. There are 45 collegiate and 15 international prospects that remain early entry candidates.

The 2013 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 27 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Players from U.S. colleges who withdraw from 2013 NBA Draft early entry:

PLAYER                                    	SCHOOL
Norvel Pelle                  			Los Angeles College Preparatory Academy        
Joshua Simmons                          	Spartanburg Methodist (JC)
 

International players who withdrew from 2013 NBA Draft early entry

PLAYER                                      	TEAM (COUNTRY*)
Francois Affia Ambadiang             		Geoplin Slovan (Slovenia)     
Nemanja Besovic                              	Partizan (Serbia)         
Bogdan Bogdanovic                          	Partizan (Serbia)         
Matias Bortolin                           	Arkadia (Austria)
Linos Chrysikopoulos                        	PAOK (Greece)         
Dorde Drenovac                               	Biancoblu (Italy)        
Viktor Gaddefors                             	Oknoplast Bologna (Italy)
Mouhammadou Jaiteh                       	Boulogne (France)
Louis Labeyrie                             	Paris-Levallois (France)         
Philipp Neumann                                	Brose Baskets (Germany)      
Artem Pustovyi                               	Khimik (Ukraine)       
Marko Ramljak                                   Zadar (Croatia)          
Dario Saric                                    	Cibona (Croatia)
Walter Tavares                              	Gran Canaria (Spain) 
Axel Toupane                                 	Strasbourg (France)    
Adin Vrabac                                  	Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia)         
 
 

Players from U.S. colleges who remain early entry candidates for 2013 NBA Draft:
 
PLAYER                                	SCHOOL

Steven Adams                         	Pittsburgh
C.J. Aiken                             	St. Joseph’s    
Anthony Bennett                   	UNLV
Vander Blue                            	Marquette       
Lorenzo Brown                       	North Carolina State  
Reggie Bullock                       	North Carolina           
Trey Burke                              Michigan        
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope     		Georgia          
Michael Carter-Williams         	Syracuse         
Adrien Coleman                      	Bethune-Cookman     
Allen Crabbe                        	California       
Dewayne Dedmon                  	Southern California    
Gorgui Dieng                          	Louisville       
Jamaal Franklin                       	San Diego State
Keyondrei “Kiwi” Gardner    		Midland College (Texas) (JC)
Archie Goodwin                     	Kentucky                   
Tim Hardaway Jr.                   	Michigan        
Grant Jerrett                       	Arizona          
Christian Kabongo                  	New Mexico State     
Myck Kabongo                       	Texas  
Shane Larkin                           	Miami 
Ricky Ledo                             	Providence     
Alex Len                             	Maryland        
C.J. Leslie                 		North Carolina State  
Nurideen Lindsey                   	Rider  
Amath M’Baye                       	Oklahoma       
Ray McCallum                        	Detroit
Ben McLemore                       	Kansas
Tony Mitchell                       	North Texas   
Shabazz Muhammad               		UCLA
Nerlens Noel                           	Kentucky       
Victor Oladipo                        	Indiana           
Kelly Olynyk                          	Gonzaga         
Otto Porter Jr.                         Georgetown   
Marshawn Powell                   	Arkansas        
Phil Pressey                     	Missouri         
Andre Roberson                      	Colorado        
Trevis Simpson                        	North Carolina-Greensboro   
Tony Snell                         	New Mexico  
Tahj Tate                           	Delaware State           
John Taylor                             Fresno Pacific
Adonis Thomas                      	Memphis        
Deshaun Thomas                     	Ohio State      
B.J. Young                              Arkansas
Cody Zeller                             Indiana

 
International players who remain early entry candidates for 2013 NBA Draft:
 
 
PLAYER                               	TEAM (COUNTRY*)
Alejandro Abrines                   	Barcelona (Spain)       
Giannis Antetokounmpo         		Filathlitikos (Greece) 
Laszlo Dobos                          	Zaragoza (Spain)                    
Rudy Gobert                           	Cholet (France)          
Livio Jean-Charles                  	ASVEL (France)        
Sergey Karasev                       	Triumph (Russia)        
Raul Neto                          	Lagun Aro GBC (Spain)        
Lucas Riva Nogueira              	Estudiantes (Spain)    
Alexandre Paranhos                	Flamengo (Brazil)      
Bogdan Radosavljevic            	Bayern Muenchen (Germany)
Dennis Schroeder                    	New Yorker Phantoms (Germany)    
Strahinja Stojacic                    	Smederevo (Serbia)    
Daniel Theis                            ratiopharm (Germany)
Janis Timma                            	Ventspils (Latvia)      
Marko Todorovic                    	Barcelona (Spain)
 
                       
*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality


----------

FINAL 2012 NBA DRAFT EARLY ENTRY LIST
June 19, 2012

Eleven players who had declared as early entry candidates for the 2012 NBA Draft have withdrawn. There are 49 collegiate and seven international prospects that remain early entry candidates.

The 2012 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 28 at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.
The following U.S. college player has withdrawn 
his name from consideration for the 2012 NBA Draft:

PLAYER          SCHOOL
Raymond Taylor  Florida Atlantic


List of international players who have withdrawn their names
from consideration for the 2012 NBA Draft:

PLAYER         		TEAM 		(COUNTRY*)
Jonas Bergstedt 	Torrelodones 	(Spain)
Maximilian Klebers      Oliver Baskets 	(Germany)
Lahaou Konate   	Evreux 		(France)
Mindaugas Kupsas        Baltai Kaunas 	(Lithuania)
Joffrey Lauvergne       Chalon 		(France)
Abdoulaye Loum  	Gravelines 	(France)
Nika Metreveli  	Sassari 	(Italy)
Nemanja Nedovic         Crvena Zvezda 	(Serbia)
Jakub Parzenski         PGB Basket 	(Poland)
Sertac Sanli    	Galatasaray 	(Turkey)


List of players from U.S. colleges and institutions who
remain early entry candidates for the 2012 NBA Draft:

PLAYER  		SCHOOL
Erik Austin     	Jackson CC (MI)
Harrison Barnes 	North Carolina
Will Barton     	Memphis
Bradley Beal    	Florida
J’Covan Brown   	Texas
Dominic Cheek   	Villanova
Jared Cunningham        Oregon State
Anthony Davis   	Kentucky
Andre Drummond  	Connecticut
Dominique Ferguson      Florida International
Justin Hamilton         LSU
Moe Harkless    	St. John’s
John Henson     	North Carolina
John Jenkins    	Vanderbilt
Perry Jones III         Baylor
Terrence Jones  	Kentucky
Xavier Jones    	Missouri State-West Plains
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist  Kentucky
Doron Lamb      	Kentucky
Jeremy Lamb     	Connecticut
Meyers Leonard  	Illinois
Damian Lillard  	Weber State
Kendall Marshall        North Carolina
Fab Melo        	Syracuse
Khris Middleton         Texas A&M
Quincy Miller   	Baylor
Tony Mitchell   	Alabama
Arnett Moultrie         Mississippi State
Reeves Nelson           UCLA/ Zalgiris (Lithuania)
Austin Rivers   	Duke
Peter Roberson  	Grambling State
Quincy Roberts  	Grambling State
Thomas Robinson         Kansas
Terrence Ross   	Washington
Avery Scharer   	Shoreline CC (WA)
Renardo Sidney  	Mississippi State
Jonathon Simmons        Houston
Terrell Stoglin         Maryland
Gerardo Suero   	Albany
Jared Sullinger         Ohio State
Marquis Teague  	Kentucky
Joston Thomas   	Hawaii
Hollis Thompson         Georgetown
Richard Townsend-Gant 	Vancouver Island University
Dion Waiters    	Syracuse
Maalik Wayns    	Villanova
Royce White     	Iowa State
D’Angelo Williams       Notre Dame de Namur (CA)
Tony Wroten     	Washington


List of international players who remain 
early entry candidates for the 2012 NBA Draft:

PLAYER  		TEAM 		(COUNTRY*)
Furkan Aldemir  	Galatasaray 	(Turkey)
Evan Fournier   	Poitiers 	(France)
Josep Franch    	Murcia 		(Spain)
Alen Omic       	Zlatorog 	(Slovenia)
Tomas Satoransky        Cajasol 	(Spain)
Tornike Shengelia       Spirou 		(Belgium)
Mathieu Wojciechowski   Gravelines 	(France)

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality



2011 NBA DRAFT EARLY ENTRY LIST

Forty-one players who had declared themselves 2011 NBA Draft early entry candidates have withdrawn. There are 42 collegiate and six international prospects that remain Draft early entry candidates.

The 2011 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 23 at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. It's usually held in the theatre of Madison Square Garden in New York, but MSG is undergoing summer renovations, so the event had to be moved.

Players from U.S. colleges and institutions who remain 2011 NBA Draft early entry candidates:
PLAYER  		SCHOOL
Alec Burks      	Colorado
DeAngelo Casto  	Washington State
Roscoe Davis    	Midland JC (TX)
Mamadou Diarra  	Chaminade (HI)
Jeremy Green    	Stanford
Jordan Hamilton 	Texas
Tobias Harris   	Tennessee
Tyler Honeycutt 	UCLA
Scotty Hopson   	Tennessee
Kyrie Irving    	Duke
Reggie Jackson  	Boston College
Terrence Jennings       Louisville
Cory Joseph     	Texas
Enes Kanter     	Kentucky
Ryan Kelley     	Colorado
Dan Kelm        	Viterbo (WI)
Brandon Knight  	Kentucky
Malcolm Lee     	UCLA
Kawhi Leonard   	San Diego State
Travis Leslie   	Georgia
DeAndre Liggins 	Kentucky
Shelvin Mack    	Butler
Keishawn Mayes  	Campbell
Darius Morris   	Michigan
Marcus Morris   	Kansas
Markieff Morris 	Kansas
Willie Reed     	St. Louis
Jereme Richmond 	Illinois
Carleton Scott  	Notre Dame
Josh Selby      	Kansas
Iman Shumpert   	Georgia Tech
Chris Singleton 	Florida State
Greg Smith      	Fresno State
Isaiah Thomas   	Washington
Trey Thompkins  	Georgia
Klay Thompson   	Washington State
Tristan Thompson        Texas
Nikola Vucevic  	Southern California
Kemba Walker    	Connecticut
Antoine Watson  	Florida International
Derrick Williams        Arizona
Jordan Williams 	Maryland


International players who remain 
2011 NBA Draft early entry candidates:

PLAYER  		TEAM (COUNTRY*)
Davis Bertans   	Union Olimpija (Slovenia)
Bismack Biyombo 	Fuenlabrada (Spain)
Nikola Mirotic  	Real Madrid (Spain)
Donatas Motiejunas      Benetton Treviso (Italy)
Jonas Valanciunas       Lietuvos Rytas (Lithuania)
Jan Vesely      	Partizan (Serbia)

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality



Players from U.S. colleges and institutions who withdrew 
from 2011 NBA Draft early entry list:

PLAYER  		SCHOOL
Olu Ashaolu     	Louisiana Tech
Keion Bell      	Pepperdine
Jacob Blankenship       Southeastern (FL)
Laurence Bowers 	Missouri
TyShwan Edmondson       Austin Peay
Kim English     	Missouri
Ashton Gibbs    	Pittsburgh
Troy Gillenwater        New Mexico State
Desmond Holloway        Coastal Carolina
Terrell Holloway        Xavier
Orlando Johnson 	UC-Santa Barbara
Reggie Johnson  	Miami
Tiondre Johnson 	Coastal Bend JC (TX)
Kevin Jones     	West Virginia
Terrence Jones  	Kentucky
David Loubeau   	Texas A&M
Greg Mangano    	Yale
Cameron Moore   	Alabama-Birmingham
Darrion Pellum  	Hampton
J.P. Primm      	North Carolina-Asheville
Ralph Sampson III       Minnesota
John Shurna     	Northwestern
Tony Taylor     	George Washington
Hollis Thompson 	Georgetown
Thomas Tibbs Jr.        Staten Island
Charlie Westbrook       South Dakota
Brandon Wood    	Valparaiso



International players who withdrew from 
consideration for 2011 NBA Draft:

PLAYER          	TEAM (COUNTRY*)
Andrew Albicy           Paris-Levallois (France)
Furkan Aldemir          Karsiyaka (Turkey)
Nihad Djedovic          Lottomatica Roma (Italy)
Emmanouil Koukoulas     Ilysiakos (Greece)
Joffrey Lauvergne       Chalon (France)
Abdoulaye Loum          Le Havre (France)
Lucas Riva Nogueira     Estudiantes II (Spain)
Femi Oladipo            Crailsheim (Germany)
InsideHoops.com 	InsideHoops.com
Leon Radosevic          Cibona (Croatia)
Negueba Samake  	Rouen (France)
Tornike Shengelia       Verviers-Pepinster (Belgium)
Abdel Kader Sylla       Nancy (France)
Jonas W-Bottermann      Telekom (Germany)
Tomislav Zubcic 	Cibona (Croatia)





NBA Draft Early Entry update from May 11, 2011

The players listed below from U.S. colleges and institutions have notified the NBA that they wish to be removed from the list of “early entry” players eligible for selection in the 2011 NBA Draft.

Olu Ashaolu, Louisiana Tech
Keion Bell, Pepperdine
Laurence Bowers, Missouri
TyShwan Edmondson, Austin Peay
Kim English, Missouri
Ashton Gibbs, Pittsburgh
Desmond Holloway, Coastal Carolina
Terrell Holloway, Xavier
Orlando Johnson, UC-Santa Barbara
Reggie Johnson, Miami
Tiondre Johnson, Coastal Bend JC (TX)
Kevin Jones, West Virginia
Terrence Jones, Kentucky
David Loubeau, Texas A&M
Greg Mangano, Yale
Cameron Moore, Alabama-Birmingham
Darrion Pellum, Hampton
J.P. Primm, North Carolina-Asheville
Ralph Sampson III, Minnesota
John Shurna, Northwestern
Tony Taylor, George Washington
Hollis Thompson, Georgetown
Thomas Tibbs Jr., Staten Island
Charlie Westbrook, South Dakota
Brandon Wood, Valparaiso

Following the NBA's early entry withdrawal deadline of 5:00 PM (EDT) on June 13, 2011, a full listing of players will be released who provided the NBA with timely notice that they wish to be removed from the list of “early entry” players eligible for selection in the 2011 NBA Draft.

The 2011 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 23 at Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.



----------

NBA Draft Early Entry 2011
April 28, 2010

The National Basketball Association announced today that 89 players, including 69 players from U.S. colleges and 20 international players, have filed as early entry candidates for the 2011 NBA Draft.

Players wishing to enter the 2011 NBA Draft were required to submit a letter to the NBA to be received no later than Sunday, April 24. Players who have applied for early entry have the right to withdraw their names from consideration for the Draft by notifying the NBA of their decision in writing no later than 5 p.m. ET on Monday, June 13.

Following is the list of players from U.S. colleges who have applied for early entry into the 2011 NBA Draft, which will be held Thursday, June 23, at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.:

EARLY ENTRY CANDIDATES FOR 2011 NBA DRAFT

Player School Height Status
Olu Ashaolu Louisiana Tech 6-7 Junior
Keion Bell Pepperdine 6-3 Junior
Jacob Blankenship Southeastern (FL) 6-9 Junior
Laurence Bowers Missouri 6-8 Junior
Alec Burks Colorado 6-6 Sophomore
DeAngelo Casto Washington State 6-8 Junior
Roscoe Davis Midland JC (TX) 6-10 Freshman
Mamadou Diarra Chaminade (HI) 7-0 Junior
TyShwan Edmondson Austin Peay 6-4 Junior
Kim English Missouri 6-6 Junior
Ashton Gibbs Pittsburgh 6-2 Junior
Troy Gillenwater New Mexico State 6-8 Junior
Jeremy Green Stanford 6-4 Junior
Jordan Hamilton Texas 6-7 Sophomore
Tobias Harris Tennessee 6-8 Freshman
Desmond Holloway Coastal Carolina 6-3 Junior
Terrell Holloway Xavier 6-0 Junior
Tyler Honeycutt UCLA 6-8 Sophomore
Scotty Hopson Tennessee 6-7 Junior
Kyrie Irving Duke 6-2 Freshman
Reggie Jackson Boston College 6-3 Junior
Terrence Jennings Louisville 6-9 Junior
Orlando Johnson UC-Santa Barbara 6-5 Junior
Reggie Johnson Miami 6-10 Sophomore
Tiondre Johnson Coastal Bend JC (TX) 6-6 Sophomore
Kevin Jones West Virginia 6-8 Junior
Terrence Jones Kentucky 6-8 Freshman
Cory Joseph Texas 6-3 Freshman
Enes Kanter Kentucky 6-10 Freshman
Ryan Kelley Colorado 6-5 Sophomore
Dan Kelm Viterbo (WI) 6-0 Sophomore
Brandon Knight Kentucky 6-3 Freshman
Malcolm Lee UCLA 6-5 Junior
Kawhi Leonard San Diego State 6-7 Sophomore
Travis Leslie Georgia 6-4 Junior
DeAndre Liggins Kentucky 6-6 Junior
David Loubeau Texas A&M 6-8 Junior
Shelvin Mack Butler 6-3 Junior
Greg Mangano Yale 6-10 Junior
Keishawn Mayes Campbell 6-7 Junior
Cameron Moore Alabama-Birmingham 6-10 Junior
Darius Morris Michigan 6-4 Sophomore
Marcus Morris Kansas 6-9 Junior
Markieff Morris Kansas 6-10 Junior
Darrion Pellum Hampton 6-6 Junior
J.P. Primm North Carolina-Asheville 6-1 Junior
Willie Reed St. Louis 6-9 Sophomore
Jereme Richmond Illinois 6-7 Freshman
Ralph Sampson III Minnesota 6-11 Junior
Carleton Scott Notre Dame 6-8 Junior
Josh Selby Kansas 6-3 Freshman
Iman Shumpert Georgia Tech 6-5 Junior
John Shurna Northwestern 6-8 Junior
Chris Singleton Florida State 6-9 Junior
Greg Smith Fresno State 6-10 Sophomore
Tony Taylor George Washington 6-1 Junior
Isaiah Thomas Washington 5-8 Junior
Trey Thompkins Georgia 6-10 Junior
Hollis Thompson Georgetown 6-7 Sophomore
Klay Thompson Washington State 6-6 Junior
Tristan Thompson Texas 6-8 Freshman
Thomas Tibbs Jr. Staten Island 5-10 Junior
Nikola Vucevic Southern California 6-10 Junior
Kemba Walker Connecticut 6-1 Junior
Antoine Watson Florida International 6-4 Junior
Charlie Westbrook South Dakota 6-4 Junior
Derrick Williams Arizona 6-8 Sophomore
Jordan Williams Maryland 6-10 Sophomore
Brandon Wood Valparaiso 6-2 Junior

The following is the list of international players who have applied for early entry into the 2011 NBA Draft:

Player Team/Country* Height Status
Andrew Albicy Paris-Levallois (France) 5-10 1990 DOB
Furkan Aldemir Karsiyaka (Turkey) 6-9 1991 DOB
Davis Bertans Union Olimpija (Slovenia) 6-7 1992 DOB
Bismack Biyombo Fuenlabrada (Spain) 6-9 1992 DOB
Nihad Djedovic Lottomatica Roma (Italy) 6-5 1990 DOB
Emmanouil Koukoulas Ilysiakos (Greece) 6-11 1991 DOB
Joffrey Lauvergne Chalon (France) 6-10 1991 DOB
Abdoulaye Loum Le Havre (France) 6-10 1991 DOB
Nikola Mirotic Real Madrid (Spain) 6-10 1991 DOB
Donatas Motiejunas Benetton Treviso (Italy) 7-0 1990 DOB
Lucas Riva Nogueira Estudiantes II (Spain) 6-11 1992 DOB
Femi Oladipo Crailsheim (Germany) 6-7 1990 DOB
Leon Radosevic Cibona (Croatia) 6-10 1990 DOB
Negueba Samake Rouen (France) 6-11 1990 DOB
Tornike Shengelia Verviers-Pepinster (Belgium) 6-9 1991 DOB
Abdel Kader Sylla Nancy (France) 6-9 1990 DOB
Jonas Valanciunas Lietuvos Rytas (Lithuania) 6-11 1992 DOB
Jan Vesely Partizan (Serbia) 6-11 1990 DOB
Jonas Wohlfarth-Bottermann Telekom (Germany) 6-10 1990 DOB
Tomislav Zubcic Cibona (Croatia) 7-0 1990 DOB

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality.


----------

NBA Draft Early Entry 2010
June 15, 2010

48 players who had declared as early entry candidates for the 2010 NBA Draft have withdrawn. There are 50 collegiate and five international prospects that remain early entry candidates.

The 2010 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 24 at the The Theater at Madison Square Garden.

Here is the list of players from U.S. colleges and institutions who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2010 NBA Draft:

Player School
Lavoy Allen - Temple
Kevin Anderson - Richmond
Talor Battle - Penn State
Keith Benson - Oakland
Anatoly Bose - Nicholls State
Dee Bost - Mississippi State
Carlon Brown - Utah
Mike Davis - Illinois
Paul Davis - Winston-Salem State
Malcolm Delaney - Virginia Tech
Kenneth Faried - Morehead State
Jimmer Fredette - BYU
Anthony Gurley - Massachusetts
Jeremy Hazell - Seton Hall
Adnan Hodzic - Lipscomb
JaJuan Johnson - Purdue
Ravern Johnson - Mississippi State
Cameron Jones - Northern Arizona
Kenny Lawson - Creighton
Demetri McCamey - Illinois
E’Twaun Moore - Purdue
Arnett Moultrie - UTEP
Rico Pickett - Manhattan
Eniel Polynice - Mississippi
Herb Pope - Seton Hall
Jeff Robinson - Seton Hall
Tracy Smith - North Carolina State
Alex Tyus - Florida
Quinton Watkins - San Diego State
Chris Wright - Dayton

Here is the list of international players who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2010 NBA Draft:

Player Team/Country*
Pablo Aguilar - Granada (Spain)
Andrew Albicy - Paris-Levallois (France)
Robin Benzing - Ratiopharm Ulm (Germany)
Stefan Bircevic - Metalac (Serbia)
Bojan Bogdanovic - Cibona (Croatia)
Sarra Camara - Le Havre (France)
Antoine Diot - Le Mans (France)
Bangaly Fofana - Asvel (France)
Miralem Halilovic - Sloboda Dita (Bosnia)
Edwin Jackson - Rouen (France)
Mindaugas Kuzminskas - Siauliai (Lithuania)
Luc Louves - Maurienne (France)
Uros Lukovic - Radnicki Basket (Serbia)
Donatas Motiejunas - Benetton Treviso (Italy)
Tomasz Nowakowski - Luka Koper (Slovenia)
Xavier Rabaseda - FC Barcelona (Spain)
Fernando Raposo - Pau Orthez (France)
Semen Shashkov - Ural Ekaterinburg (Russia)

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality.

Following is the list of players from U.S colleges and institutions who remain early entry candidates for the 2010 NBA Draft:

Player School
Solomon Alabi - Florida State
Cole Aldrich - Kansas
Al-Farouq Aminu - Wake Forest
James Anderson - Oklahoma State
Luke Babbitt - Nevada
Armon Bassett - Ohio
Eric Bledsoe - Kentucky
Craig Brackins - Iowa State
Avery Bradley - Texas
Derrick Caracter - UTEP
DeMarcus Cousins - Kentucky
Jordan Crawford - Xavier
Ed Davis - North Carolina
Devin Ebanks - West Virginia
Derrick Favors - Georgia Tech
Courtney Fortson - Arkansas
Keith “Tiny” Gallon - Oklahoma
Charles Garcia - Seattle
Paul George - Fresno State
Manny Harris - Michigan
Gordon Hayward - Butler
Xavier Henry - Kansas
Darington Hobson - New Mexico
Armon Johnson - Nevada
Wesley Johnson - Syracuse
Dominique Jones - South Florida
Mac Koshwal - DePaul
Sylven Landesberg - Virginia
Gani Lawal - Georgia Tech
Tommy Mason-Griffin - Oklahoma
Elijah Millsap - Alabama-Birmingham
Greg Monroe - Georgetown
A.J. Ogilvy - Vanderbilt
Daniel Orton - Kentucky
Patrick Patterson - Kentucky
Samardo Samuels - Louisville
Larry Sanders - Virginia Commonwealth
John Sloan - Huntingdon (AL)
Lance Stephenson - Cincinnati
Lazar Trifunovic - Radford
Evan Turner - Ohio State
Ekpe Udoh - Baylor
John Wall - Kentucky
Willie Warren - Oklahoma
C.J. Webster - San Jose State
Terrico White - Mississippi
Hassan Whiteside - Marshall
Elliot Williams - Memphis
Stevy Worah-Ozimo - Slippery Rock
Jahmar Young - New Mexico State

The following is the list of international players who remain early entry candidates for the 2010 NBA Draft:

Player Team/Country*
Thomas Heurtel - Strasbourg (France)
Dusan Korac - Centar (Montenegro)
Tibor Pleiss - Brose Baskets (Germany)
Ryan Richards - Gran Canaria (Spain)
Kevin Séraphin - Cholet (France)

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality.


----------

NBA Draft Early Entry 2009

Fifty-five players who had declared as early entry candidates for the 2009 NBA Draft have withdrawn. There are 39 collegiate and 10 international prospects that remain early entry candidates.

The 2009 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 25 at the WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden.

Basketball players from U.S. colleges who withdrew their names from 2009 NBA Draft consideration:
Player 			School 			Height Status

Darion Anderson  	Northern Illinois  	6-2  Sophomore
Ryan Anderson   	Nebraska   		6-4  Junior 
Dominique Archie  	South Carolina   	6-7  Junior
Dwayne Collins   	Miami    		6-8  Junior
Kenneth Cooper  	Louisiana Tech   	6-10  Junior
Bryan Davis   		Texas A&M   		6-9  Junior
Devan Downey   		South Carolina   	5-9  Junior
Osiris Eldridge   	Illinois State   	6-3  Junior
Gary Flowers   		Chipola JC (FL)  	6-8  Sophomore
Jonathan Gibson  	New Mexico State  	6-2  Junior
Kyle Gibson   		Louisiana Tech   	6-5  Junior
Luke Harangody  	Notre Dame   		6-8  Junior
Kevin Harris   		NW Mississippi CC 	5-11  Sophomore
Damion James   		Texas    		6-7  Junior
Mac Koshwal   		DePaul    		6-10  Sophomore
Gani Lawal   		Georgia Tech   		6-9  Sophomore
James Lewis   		Fresno Pacific   	6-4  Junior
Dior Lowhorn   		San Francisco   	6-7  Junior
Ater Majok   		Connecticut   		6-10  Freshman
Tasmin Mitchell  	LSU    			6-7  Junior
Patrick Patterson  	Kentucky   		6-9  Sophomore
Scottie Reynolds  	Villanova   		6-2  Junior
D.J. Rivera   		Binghamton   		6-4  Junior
Magnum Rolle   		Louisiana Tech   	6-11  Junior
Junior Salters   	Wofford   		6-1  Junior
Donald Sloan   		Texas A&M   		6-3  Junior
Tyler Smith   		Tennessee   		6-7  Junior
Jonathan Tavernari  	BYU    			6-6  Junior
Malcolm Thomas  	San Diego City College  6-9  Sophomore
Jarvis Varnado   	Mississippi State  	6-9  Junior
Greivis Vasquez  	Maryland   		6-6  Junior 
Martez Walker   	Riverside CC (CA)  	6-6  Freshman
Michael Washington  	Arkansas   		6-9  Junior
Jeremy Wise   		Southern Mississippi  	6-2  Junior
Nic Wise   		Arizona    		5-10  Junior
                                     


                   

International basketball players who withdrew their names 
from 2009 NBA Draft consideration:

Player  		Team/Country*           	Height      Status

Amadou Aboubakar 	Zaki Nancy (France)   		7-1  1988 DOB
Nemanja Bjelica  	Crvena Zvezda (Serbia)  	6-10  1988 DOB
Georgios Bogris  	lysiakos (Greece)  		6-10  1989 DOB
Vladimir Dasic   	Buducnost (Montenegro) 		6-10  1988 DOB
Adam Hanga   		Albacomp (Hungary)  		6-7  1989 DOB
Rudy Jomby   		Le Havre (France)  		6-6  1988 DOB
Tanel Kurbas   		Kalev/Cramo (Estonia)  		6-6  1988 DOB
Milan Macvan   		Hemofarm (Serbia)  		6-9  1989 DOB
Boban Marjanovic  	Hemofarm (Serbia)  		7-4  1988 DOB 
Tim Ohlbrecht   	Bamberg (Germany)  		6-11  1988 DOB
Carl Ona Embo   	Biella (Italy)   		6-1  1989 DOB
Nikolaos Pappas  	Real Madrid II (Spain)  	6-5  1990 DOB
Anton Ponomarev  	Astana Tigers (Kazakhstan) 	6-10  1988 DOB 
Paulo Prestes   	Unicaja Malaga (Spain)  	6-11  1988 DOB
Miroslav Raduljica  	FMP Zeleznik (Serbia)  		7-0  1988 DOB
Fernando Raposo  	Pau Orthez (France)  		6-9  1989 DOB
Evangelos Sakellariou  	Pagrati (Greece)  		6-5  1989 DOB
Alexandros Sigkounas  	Olimpia Larissa (Greece) 	6-7  1988 DOB
Ludovic Vaty   		Pau Orthez (France)  		6-9  1988 DOB
Artem Zabelin   	CSKA Moscow (Russia) 		7-1  1988 DOB 

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality.


                                             

Basketball underclassmen from U.S. colleges who remain 
early entry 2009 NBA Draft candidates:

Player      		School 			Height Status

DeJuan Blair   		Pittsburgh   		6-7  Sophomore
Derrick Brown   	Xavier    		6-8  Junior
Chase Budinger   	Arizona    		6-7  Junior
Nick Calathes   	Florida    		6-6  Sophomore
Earl Clark   		Louisville   		6-9  Junior
Kareem Cooper   	Texas-El Paso   	7-0  Junior
Brandon Costner  	North Carolina State  	6-9  Junior
Stephen Curry   	Davidson   		6-3  Junior
Austin Daye   		Gonzaga   		6-10  Sophomore
DeMar DeRozan  		Southern California  	6-7  Freshman
Eric Devendorf   	Syracuse   		6-4  Junior
Wayne Ellington  	North Carolina   	6-4  Junior
Chinemelu Elonu  	Texas A&M   		6-10  Junior
Tyreke Evans   		Memphis   		6-6  Freshman
Jonny Flynn   		Syracuse   		6-0  Sophomore
Taj Gibson   		Southern California  	6-9  Junior
Blake Griffin   	Oklahoma   		6-10  Sophomore
D'mond Grismore  	Huston-Tillotson (TX)  	6-6  Junior
Rogér Guignard   	Texas-Arlington  	5-11  Junior
Daniel Hackett   	Southern California  	6-5  Junior
James Harden   		Arizona State   	6-4  Sophomore
Paul Harris   		Syracuse   		6-5  Junior
Gerald Henderson  	Duke    		6-5  Junior
Jordan Hill   		Arizona    		6-9  Junior
Jrue Holiday   		UCLA    		6-4  Freshman
James Johnson   	Wake Forest   		6-9  Sophomore
Ty Lawson   		North Carolina   	5-11  Junior
Darnell Lindsay   	Tennessee Tech   	6-4  Junior
Jodie Meeks   		Kentucky   		6-4  Junior
Nate Miles   		Southern Idaho   	6-7  Freshman
Patrick Mills   	St. Mary's   		6-0  Sophomore
B.J. Mullens   		Ohio State   		7-0  Freshman
Ronald Ogoke   		Paul Quinn College (TX) 7-0  Junior
Terrence Roderick  	Alabama-Birmingham  	6-6  Sophomore
DaJuan Summers  	Georgetown   		6-8  Junior
Shawn Taggart   	Memphis   		6-10  Junior
Jeff Teague   		Wake Forest   		6-2  Sophomore
Hasheem Thabeet  	Connecticut   		7-3  Junior
Dar Tucker   		DePaul    		6-5  Sophomore



Brandon Jennings note: He is automatically eligible for the
NBA Draft because he had already signed a professional
contract.


International underclassmen who remain 
early entry 2009 NBA Draft candidates:

Player       		Team/Country*      	Height       Status

Rodrigue Beaubois  	Cholet (France)   	6-0  1988 DOB
Omri Casspi   		Maccabi Elite (Israel)  6-9  1988 DOB
Victor Claver   	Pamesa Valencia (Spain) 6-9  1988 DOB
Christian Eyenga  	DKV Joventut (Spain)  	6-5  1989 DOB
Vitor Faverani   	Unicaja Malaga (Spain)  6-10  1988 DOB
Sergey Gladyr   	Mykolaiv (Ukraine)  	6-5  1989 DOB
Baris Hersek   		Efes Pilsen (Turkey)  	6-9  1988 DOB
Martin Kolikoli   	Tanzania   		6-2  1989 DOB
Ricky Rubio   		DKV Joventut (Spain)  	6-4  1990 DOB
Ibrahim Yildirim  	Banvit (Turkey)   	6-3  1990 DOB 


*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality. 






NBA Draft Early Entry 2008

Forty-eight players who had declared as early entry candidates for the 2008 NBA Draft have withdrawn their names from the draft. There are 39 collegiate and five international prospects that remain early entry candidates.

Players wishing to renounce their remaining intercollegiate eligibility and enter the 2008 NBA Draft were required to submit a letter to the NBA to be received no later than Sunday, April 27. Players who have applied for early entry have the right to withdraw their names from consideration for the Draft by notifying the NBA of their decision in writing no later than 5 p.m. ET on Monday, June 16.

The 2008 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 26 at the WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden.

Here is the list of players from U.S. colleges and institutions who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2008 NBA Draft:
UNDERCLASSMEN EARLY ENTRY CANDIDATES WHO WITHDREW FROM DRAFT

Player               School                      Height        Status
A.J. Abrams          Texas                       5-11          Junior
Josh Akognon         Cal State Fullerton         5-11          Junior
Antonio Anderson     Memphis                     6-6           Junior
Derek Bailey         Providence Christian Academy (SC)      6-5Post-Graduate
Jason Bennett        Tallahassee CC (FL)                       7-3Sophomore
Chase Budinger       Arizona                     6-7           Sophomore
Derrick Caracter     Louisville                  6-9           Sophomore
DeMarre Carroll      Missouri                    6-8           Junior
Charles Carter       Oklahoma Baptist            6-10          Junior
Josh Carter          Texas A&M                   6-7           Junior
Lee Cummard          Brigham Young               6-7           Junior
Robert Dozier        Memphis                     6-9           Junior
Wayne Ellington      North Carolina              6-4           Sophomore
Alonzo Gee           Alabama                     6-6           Junior
Paul Graham III      Florida Atlantic            6-5           Junior
Danny Green          North Carolina              6-6           Junior
Lester Hudson        Tennessee-Martin            6-3           Junior
Stefon Jackson       Texas-El Paso               6-5           Junior
Ty Lawson            North Carolina              5-11          Sophomore
Leo Lyons            Missouri                    6-9           Junior
Jerel McNeal         Marquette                   6-3           Junior
Jeremy Pargo         Gonzaga                     6-2           Junior
Courtney Pigram      East Tennessee State                      6-1Junior
John Riek            Winchendon School (MA)      7-2	     Post-Graduate
Josh Shipp           UCLA                        6-5           Junior
Kiwan Smith          Redlands CC (OK)            6-8           Sophomore
Ronald Steele        Alabama                     6-3           Junior
Robert Vaden         Alabama-Birmingham                        6-5Junior
Lorrenzo Wade        San Diego State             6-6           Junior
Gordon Watt          Houston Baptist             6-6           Junior
Raymond Wright       Arkansas-Monticello                       6-9Junior



INTERNATIONAL UNDERCLASSMEN EARLY ENTRY CANDIDATES WHO WITHDREW FROM DRAFT

Player               Team/Country*                Height
Status
Rodrigue Beaubois    Cholet (France)             6-0           1988 DOB
Mikheil Berishvili   BC Vita (Georgia)           6-9           1987 DOB
Omri Casspi          Maccabi-E Tel Aviv (Israel) 6-9	       1988 DOB
Victor Claver        Pamesa Valencia (Spain)     6-9           1988 DOB
Nando de Colo        Cholet (France)             6-5           1987 DOB
Sergey Ilin          Budivelnik (Ukraine)        7-6           1987 DOB
Joe Ingles           Melbourne S. Dragons (Aus)  6-8	       1987 DOB
Jonas Jerebko        Biella (Italy)              6-9           1987 DOB
Mladen Jeremic       FMP Zeleznik (Serbia)       6-6           1988 DOB
Maxym Korniyenko     Dnipro (Ukraine)            6-7           1987 DOB
Luc Louves           Orleans (France)            6-10          1989 DOB
Rudy Mbemba          Solna (Sweden)              5-11          1987 DOB
Henk Norel           Alicante (Spain)            6-11          1987 DOB
Maxim Sheleketo      VEF Riga (Latvia)           6-8           1987 DOB
Giorgi Shermadini    Maccabi Tbilisi (Georgia)   7-1           1989 DOB
Maksym Vilkhovetskyi Dnipro (Ukraine)            6-3           1988 DOB
Ronalds Zakis        VEF Riga (Latvia)           6-9           1987 DOB

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality.




UNDERCLASSMEN EARLY ENTRY CANDIDATES WHO ARE STAYING IN DRAFT

Player                School                     Height        Status
Joe Alexander        West Virginia               6-9           Junior.
Ryan Anderson        California                  6-10          Sophomore
Darrell Arthur       Kansas                      6-9           Sophomore
D.J. Augustin        Texas                       6-0           Sophomore
Jerryd Bayless       Arizona                     6-3           Freshman
Michael Beasley      Kansas State                6-10          Freshman
Keith Brumbaugh      Hillsborough CC (FL)        6-10	       Sophomore
Mario Chalmers       Kansas                      6-1           Junior
Chris Douglas-Roberts    Memphis                 6-7	       Junior
C.J. Giles           Oregon State                6-10          Junior
Eric Gordon          Indiana                     6-4           Freshman
Jamont Gordon        Mississippi State           6-4           Junior
Donte Greene         Syracuse                    6-11          Freshman
Kalen Grimes         Missouri                    6-9           Junior
Richard Hendrix      Alabama                     6-9           Junior
J.J. Hickson         North Carolina State        6-9	       Freshman
George Hill          IUPUI                       6-2           Junior
Reggie Huffman       Alabama-Birmingham          6-7	       Junior
Shawn James          Duquesne                    6-10          Junior
Davon Jefferson      Southern California         6-8	       Freshman
DeAndre Jordan       Texas A&M                   7-0           Freshman
Kosta Koufos         Ohio State                  7-0           Freshman
Brook Lopez          Stanford                    7-0           Sophomore
Robin Lopez          Stanford                    7-0           Sophomore
Kevin Love           UCLA                        6-10          Freshman
O.J. Mayo            Southern California         6-5	       Freshman
Luc Richard Mbah a Moute               UCLA      6-8	       Junior
JaVale McGee         Nevada                      7-0           Sophomore
Kojo Mensah          Duquesne                    6-1           Junior
Trent Plaisted       Brigham Young               6-11          Junior
Bruce Price          Tennessee State             6-3           Junior
Anthony Randolph     LSU                         6-10          Freshman
JaJuan Robinson      Lincoln (PA)                5-11          Freshman
Derrick Rose         Memphis                     6-3           Freshman
Brandon Rush         Kansas                      6-6           Junior
Walter Sharpe        Alabama-Birmingham          6-9	       Sophomore
Marreese Speights    Florida                     6-10          Sophomore
Bill Walker          Kansas State                6-6           Freshman
Russell Westbrook    UCLA                        6-3           Sophomore




INTERNATIONAL UNDERCLASSMEN EARLY ENTRY CANDIDATES WHO ARE STAYING IN DRAFT

Player               Team/Country*               Height        Status
Alexis Ajinca        Hyeres-Toulon (France)      7-1           1988 DOB
Nicolas Batum        Le Mans (France)            6-7           1988 DOB
Danilo Gallinari     Armani Jeans Milano (Italy) 6-9           1988 DOB
Serge Ibaka          L'Hospitalet (Spain)        6-10          1989 DOB
Ante Tomic           Zagreb (Croatia)            7-2           1987 DOB

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality.











NBA Draft Early Entry 2007

nba draft early entry list Originally, in May, 83 players, including 58 players from U.S. colleges and institutions and 25 international players, filed as early entry candidates for the 2007 NBA Draft. They had until April 29 to declare for NBA draft early entry. And they had until 5 p.m. ET on June 18 to withdraw and return to college (provided they hadn't ruined their NCAA eligibility by hiring an agent, signing shoe deals, etc.) or overseas (if they were an international player).

And today, June 19, it was announced that 46 players who had declared as early entry candidates for the 2007 NBA Draft have withdrawn their names from the draft. This leaves 32 collegiate and six international prospects that are final, official 2007 NBA Draft early entry candidates.

The 2007 Draft is Thursday, June 28 at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

InsideHoops.com provides full Draft coverage. Previews, profiles of every player that matters, full coverage, complete recaps and more.

Here is the list of players from U.S. colleges and institutions who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2007 NBA Draft:

Player			School			Height	Status
Roy Bright		Delaware State		6-6	Junior
Aaron Bruce		Baylor			6-3	Junior	
Jaycee Carroll		Utah State		6-2	Junior
Dan Coleman		Minnesota		6-9	Junior
P.J. Couisnard		Wichita State		6-4	Junior	
Sasa Cuic		Oregon State		6-10	Junior	
Chris Daniels		Texas A&M-Corpus Christi7-0	Junior
Drew Gibson		Wofford			6-2	Junior
DeVon Hardin		California		6-11	Junior
Roy Hibbert		Georgetown		7-2	Junior
Leon Jacob		Texas A&M International	6-1	Junior	
Dominic James		Marquette		5-11	Sophomore
Joseph Jones		Texas A&M		6-9	Junior		
Marcel Jones		Oregon State		6-8	Junior			
Marcelus Kemp		Nevada			6-5	Junior
James Mays		Clemson			6-9	Junior			
Bo McCalebb		New Orleans		6-0	Junior
Tack Minor		LSU			6-0	Junior
Bruce Price		Tennessee State		6-3	Junior
Shaun Pruitt		Illinois		6-10	Junior			
Charles Rhodes		Mississippi State	6-8	Junior		
Maureece Rice		George Washington	6-1	Junior	
Brandon Rush		Kansas			6-6	Sophomore
Sean Singletary		Virginia		6-0	Junior
Spencer Tollackson	Minnesota		6-9	Junior		
Isaac Wells		Arkansas State		6-8	Junior
Terrance Whiters	Arkansas Tech		5-11	Junior


Here is the list of international players who have withdrawn their names from consideration for the 2007 NBA Draft:

Player				Team/Country*			Height	 	Status
Rodrigue Beaubois		Cholet (France)			6-0		1988 DOB
Hakan Demirel			Fenerbahce Ulker (Turkey)	6-4		1986 DOB
Romain Duport			Le Havre (France)		7-0		1986 DOB
Vladimir Golubovic		Vojvodina (Serbia)		7-0		1986 DOB
Rafael Hettsheimeier		Akasvayu Vic (Spain)		6-10		1986 DOB
Deyan Ivanov			Drac Inca (Spain)		6-9		1986 DOB
Kaloyan Ivanov			Vive Menorca (Spain)		6-9		1986 DOB
Maxym Ivshyn			Azovmash (Ukraine)		6-10		1986 DOB
Ivan Maras			Buducnost (Montenegro)		6-9		1986 DOB
Manuchar Markoishvili		Olimpija (Slovenia)		6-5		1986 DOB
Douglas Angelo Nunes		Uberlandia (Brazil)		6-7		1987 DOB
Caner Oner			Alpella (Turkey)		6-7		1987 DOB
Miroslav Raduljica		FMP (Serbia)			7-0		1988 DOB
Nikita Shabalkin		Samara (Russia)			6-9		1986 DOB
Vladimir Stimac			Valmiera (Latvia)		6-9		1987 DOB
Gabriel Szalay			Norrkoping (Sweden)		7-1		1986 DOB
Ante Tomic			KK Zagreb (Croatia)		7-2		1987 DOB
Caio Torres			Estudiantes (Spain)		6-11		1987 DOB
Artem Zabelin			Avtodor (Russia)		7-0		1988 DOB

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality.

Following is the list of players from U.S colleges and institutions who remain early entry candidates for the 2007 NBA Draft:

Player			School			Height	Status
Arron Afflalo		UCLA			6-5	Junior
Shagari Alleyne		Manhattan		7-3	Junior
Corey Brewer		Florida			6-9	Junior
Dwight Brewington	Liberty			6-5	Junior
Wilson Chandler		DePaul			6-8	Sophomore
Michael Conley Jr. 	Ohio State		6-1	Freshman
Daequan Cook		Ohio State		6-5	Freshman
Javaris Crittenton	Georgia Tech		6-5	Freshman
JamesOn Curry		Oklahoma State		6-3	Junior
Glen Davis		LSU			6-9	Junior
Kevin Durant		Texas			6-9	Freshman
Jeff Green		Georgetown		6-9	Junior
Taurean Green		Florida			6-0	Junior
Spencer Hawes		Washington		7-0	Freshman
Al Horford		Florida			6-10	Junior
Robert Earl Johnson	Clinton JC (SC)		6-7	Freshman
Kellen Lee		Los Angeles City College6-11	Sophomore
Dominic McGuire		Fresno State		6-8	Junior
Josh McRoberts		Duke			6-10	Sophomore
Joakim Noah		Florida			6-11	Junior
Greg Oden		Ohio State		7-0	Freshman
Kendaris Pelton		Southern Mississippi	6-6	Junior
Gabe Pruitt		Southern California	6-4	Junior
Ramon Sessions		Nevada			6-3	Junior
Jason Smith		Colorado State		7-0	Junior
Rodney Stuckey		Eastern Washington	6-5	Sophomore
Marcus Williams		Arizona			6-7	Sophomore
Sean Williams		Boston College		6-10	Junior
Brandan Wright		North Carolina		6-9	Freshman
Julian Wright		Kansas			6-8	Sophomore
Nick Young		Southern California	6-6	Junior
Thaddeus Young		Georgia Tech		6-8	Freshman

The following is the list of international players who have applied for early entry into the 2007 NBA Draft:

Player			Team/Country*			Height	Status
Ralfi Silva Ansaloni	Praia Club (Brazil)		7-0	1987 DOB
Stanko Barac		Siroki (Bosnia)			7-2	1986 DOB
Marco Belinelli		Climamio Bologna (Italy)	6-5	1986 DOB
Kyrylo Fesenko		Cherkasy (Ukraine)		7-0	1986 DOB
Petteri Koponen		Honka (Finland)			6-4	1988 DOB
Yi Jianlian		Guandong Southern Tigers (China)6-11	1987 DOB

*Country indicates where team plays, not country of nationality.






NBA Draft Early Entry 2006

June 20, 2006:

Forty Seven players who had declared as early entry candidates for the 2006 NBA Draft have withdrawn their names from the draft. There are currently 37 collegiate and 10 international prospects that are early entry candidates.

Of the underclassmen who had declared early entry but then withdraw from consideration, InsideHoops.com had Aaron Gray as a probable late first rounder, Rudy Fernandez as a first round bubble player who was more likely to go late first than early second, and Arron Afflalo, Morris Almond, Bobby Brown, Richard Roby and Brad Newley all going in the second round.

This is the final, official NBA early entry underclassmen list for the 2006 draft.

Players from U.S. colleges/institutions who have applied for early entry into the 2006 NBA Draft:
Player                School                     Height Status
LaMarcus Aldridge    Texas                       6-10   Sophomore
Renaldo Balkman      South Carolina              6-8    Junior
Will Blalock         Iowa State                  5-11   Junior
Josh Boone           Connecticut                 6-10   Junior
Ronnie Brewer        Arkansas                    6-6    Junior
Shannon Brown        Michigan State              6-4    Junior
Derek Burditt        Blinn College (TX)          6-7    Sophomore
Travis DeGroot       Delta State                 6-4    Junior
Guillermo Diaz       Miami (FL)                  6-2    Junior
Quincy Douby         Rutgers                     6-3    Junior
Mike Efevberha       Cal-State Northridge        6-5    Junior
Jordan Farmar        UCLA                        6-2    Sophomore
Thomas Gardner       Missouri                    6-5    Junior
Rudy Gay             Connecticut                 6-8    Sophomore
Daniel Gibson        Texas                       6-2    Sophomore
LeShawn Hammett      St. Francis (PA)            6-0    Junior
Tedric Hill          Gulf Coast CC (FL)          6-10   Sophomore
Donald Jeffes        Roxbury CC (MA)             6-8    Sophomore
Alexander Johnson    Florida State               6-9    Junior
David Johnson        Clinton JC (SC)             6-7    Sophomore
Mark Konecny         Lambuth University (TN)     6-10   Junior
Kyle Lowry           Villanova                   6-0    Sophomore
Paul Millsap         Louisiana Tech              6-8    Junior
Matt Mitchell        Southern Univ-New Orleans   6-0    Junior
Adam Morrison        Gonzaga                     6-8    Junior
Patrick O'Bryant     Bradley                     7-0    Sophomore
Danilo (JR) Pinnock  George Washington           6-5    Junior
Leon Powe            California                  6-8    Sophomore
Rajon Rondo          Kentucky                    6-2    Sophomore
Cedric Simmons       North Carolina State        6-9    Sophomore
Marcus Slaughter     San Diego State             6-8    Junior
Curtis Stinson       Iowa State                  6-3    Junior
Tyrus Thomas         LSU                         6-9    Freshman
P.J. Tucker          Texas                       6-5    Junior
Darius Washington Jr Memphis                     6-2    Sophomore
Marcus Williams      Connecticut                 6-3    Junior
Shawne Williams      Memphis                     6-9    Freshman


International players who applied for early entry into the 2006 NBA Draft:
Player                Team/Country            Height      Status
Pape-Philippe Amagou Le Mans (France)          6-0        1985 DOB
Andrea Bargnani      Benetton Treviso (Italy)  6-10       1985 DOB
Lior Eliyahu         Hapoel Galil Elyon-Israel 6-9        1985 DOB
Joel Freeland        Gran Canaria (Spain)      6-10       1987 DOB
Damir Markota        Cibona (Croatia)          6-10       1985 DOB
Oleksiy Pecherov     ParisBasket Racing-France 7-0        1985 DOB
Kosta Perovic        Partizan (Serbia & Mont.) 7-2        1985 DOB
Sergio Rodriguez     Adecco Estudiantes-Spain  6-3        1986 DOB
Saer Sene            Verviers-Pepinster-Belgium7-0        1986 DOB
Ejike Ugboaja        Union Bank Lagos-Nigeria  6-9        1985 DOB


Players from U.S. colleges and institutions who withdrew their names from consideration for the 2006 NBA Draft:
Player               School                Height   Status
Akbar Abdul-Ahad     Idaho State           6-0      Junior
Arron Afflalo        UCLA                  6-5      Sophomore
Morris Almond        Rice                  6-6      Junior
Larry Blair          Liberty               6-1      Junior
Jahsha Bluntt        Delaware State        6-6      Junior
Bobby Brown          Cal State-Fullerton   6-1      Junior
LeRoy Dawson         Emporia State (KS)    6-2      Junior
Cem Dinc             Indiana               6-10     Freshman
Carl Elliott         George Washington     6-4      Junior
Nick Fazekas         Nevada                6-11     Junior
Reggie George        R-Morris College (IL) 6-10     Junior
Aaron Gray           Pittsburgh            7-0      Junior
Brandon Heath        San Diego State       6-3      Junior
Clarence Holloway    IMG Academy (FL)      7-0      Post-Graduate
Ekene Ibekwe         Maryland              6-8      Junior
Trey Johnson         Jackson State         6-5      Junior
Coby Karl            Boise State           6-4      Junior
Aleks Maric          Nebraska              6-11     Sophomore
Japhet McNeil        East Carolina         5-10     Junior
Evan Patterson       Texas Wesleyan        6-7      Junior
Richard Roby         Colorado              6-6      Sophomore
Blake Schilb         Loyola Univ. (IL)     6-7      Junior
Mustafa Shakur       Arizona               6-3      Junior
Jontae Vinson        Cal State-Los Angeles 6-4      Junior
Ian Vouyoukas        St. Louis             6-10     Junior
Albert Weber         Connors State         6-3      Sophomore


International players who withdrew their names from consideration for the 2006 NBA Draft:
Player               Team/Country                 Height  Status
Andriy Agafonov      Khimik (Ukraine)             6-8     1986 DOB
Nemanja Aleksandrov  FMP Zeleznik (Serb. & Mont.) 7-0     1987 DOB
Yannick Bokolo       Le Mans (France)             6-2     1985 DOB
Carlos Cedeno        Guaiqueries (Venezuela)      6-5     1985 DOB
Tadija Dragicevic    Crvena Zvezda (Serb.&Mont.)  6-8     1986 DOB
Rudy Fernandez       DKV Joventut (Spain)         6-5     1985 DOB
Kyrylo Fesenko       Mariupol (Ukraine)           6-11    1986 DOB
Rafael Hettsheimeier Akasvayu Vic (Spain)         6-10    1986 DOB
Marko Lekic          Atlas (Serbia-Montenegro)    6-10    1985 DOB
Mickael Mokongo      Chalon (France)              5-11    1986 DOB
Brad Newley          Townsville (Australia)       6-7     1985 DOB
Hrvoje Peric         Split (Croatia)              6-8     1985 DOB
Giorgos Printezis    Olympiacos (Greece)          6-9     1985 DOB
Milovan Rakovic      Atlas (Serbia-Montenegro)    6-10    1985 DOB
Aleksandar Rindin    Gala Baku (Azerbaijan)       7-5     1985 DOB
Dusan Sakota         Panathinaikos (Greece)       6-10    1986 DOB
Renaldas Seibutis    Olympiacos (Greece)          6-5     1985 DOB
Sidiki Sidibe        Levallois (France)           7-0     1985 DOB
Tiago Splitter       Tau Ceramica (Spain)         6-11    1985 DOB
Sun Yue              Beijing Aoshen Olympians-ABA 6-9     1985 DOB
Ali Traore           Roanne (France)              6-9     1985 DOB





NBA Draft Early Entry 2005

This is the official 2005 NBA draft early entry list - underclassmen who have declared early entry for the NBA draft.

Originally, at the start of early entry, there were 108 underclassmen who have declared early entry: 61 college players, 12 high school seniors, and 35 international players. The deadline for underclassmen to declare NBA draft early entry was May 14, 2005.

Players had until June 22, 2005 to withdraw from the 2005 Draft.

Now (June 22, 2005), after the withdrawl deadline, fifty players who had declared as early entry candidates for NBA Draft 2005 have withdrawn their names from the draft. There are currently 49 collegiate and high school players and 11 international prospects that are early entry candidates.

This is the official, final NBA draft early entry list. No one can jump in or out anymore.

NCAA/HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS STAYING IN DRAFT:

Player School Height Status
Alex Acker Pepperdine 6-5 Junior
Deji Akindele Chicago State 7-1 Sophomore
Kelenna Azubuike Kentucky 6-5 Junior
Sean Banks Memphis 6-8 Sophomore
Brandon Bass LSU 6-8 Sophomore
Jermaine Bell Indian Hills CC (IA) 6-11 Freshman
Andray Blatche South Kent Prep (CT) 6-11 HS Senior
Andrew Bogut Utah 7-0 Sophomore
Curtis Brown Jr. Beach HS (GA) 6-9 HS Senior
Andrew Bynum St. Joseph’s HS (NJ) 6-11 HS Senior
Ike Diogu Arizona State 6-8 Junior
Monta Ellis Lanier HS (MS) 6-3 HS Senior
Olu Famutimi Arkansas 6-5 Sophomore
Raymond Felton North Carolina 6-1 Junior
Anderson Ferreira Chipola JC (FL) 6-8 Sophomore
Francisco Garcia Louisville 6-7 Junior
John Gilchrist Maryland 6-3 Junior
Gerald Green Gulf Shores Academy (TX) 6-8 HS Senior
Jarrett Jack Georgia Tech 6-3 Junior
Amir Johnson Westchester HS (CA) 6-10 HS Senior
Dwayne Jones St. Joseph’s 6-11 Junior
Linas Kleiza Missouri 6-8 Sophomore
Julius Lamptey Garden City CC (KS) 7-0 Freshman
Kyle Luckett South Side HS (IN) 7-0 HS Senior
Darshan Luckey St. Francis (PA) 6-5 Junior
Sean May North Carolina 6-8 Junior
Rashad McCants North Carolina 6-4 Junior
C.J. Miles Skyline HS (TX) 6-6 HS Senior
J.R. Morris Seton Hall 6-5 Junior
Randolph Morris Kentucky 6-10 Freshman
Chris Paul Wake Forest 6-0 Sophomore
Pierre Pierce Iowa 6-4 Junior
Shavlik Randolph Duke 6-10 Junior
Anthony Roberson Florida 6-1 Junior
Nate Robinson Washington 5-9 Junior
Ray Rose Olivet Nazarene (IL) 6-0 Junior
Ricky Sanchez IMG Academy (FL) 6-10 HS Senior
Chris Taft Pittsburgh 6-10 Sophomore
Charlie Villanueva Connecticut 6-10 Sophomore
Tiras Wade Louisiana-Lafayette 6-6 Junior
Von Wafer Florida State 6-5 Sophomore
Matt Walsh Florida 6-6 Junior
Martell Webster Seattle Prep 6-7 HS Senior
Deron Williams Illinois 6-4 Junior
Louis Williams South Gwinnett HS (GA) 6-3 HS Senior
Marvin Williams North Carolina 6-9 Freshman
Kennedy Winston Alabama 6-6 Junior
Antoine Wright Texas A&M 6-7 Junior
Bracey Wright Indiana 6-4 Junior


INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS STAYING IN DRAFT:

Player Team/Country Height Status
Cenk Akyol Efes Pilsen (Turkey) 6-4 1987 DOB
Martynas Andriuskevicius Zalgiris (Lithuania) 7-2 1986 DOB
Marcin Gortat RheinEnergie Koln (Germany) 7-0 1984 DOB
Mile Ilic Reflex (Serbia-Montenegro) 7-0 1984 DOB
Ersan Ilyasova Ulker (Turkey) 6-9 1987 DOB
Yaroslav Korolev CSKA Moscow (Russia) 6-9 1987 DOB
Erazem Lorbek Climamio Bologna (Italy) 6-10 1984 DOB
Ian Mahinmi Le Havre (France) 6-9 1986 DOB
Drago Pasalic Split (Croatia) 6-10 1984 DOB
Johan Petro Pau Orthez (France) 7-0 1986 DOB
Roko Leni Ukic Split (Croatia) 6-5 1984 DOB


NCAA/HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS GOING BACK TO SCHOOL:

Player School Height Status
Jose Juan Barea Northeastern 6-0 Junior
Martellus Bennett Taylor HS (TX) 6-7 HS Senior
Brandon Bowman Georgetown 6-8 Junior
Dee Brown Illinois 5-11 Junior
Keith Brumbaugh DeLand HS (FL) 6-8 HS Senior
Jermareo Davidson Alabama 6-11 Sophomore
Toney Douglas Auburn 6-1 Freshman
Torin Francis Notre Dame 6-11 Junior
Mike Hall George Washington 6-8 Junior
Chris Hernandez Stanford 6-2 Junior
Jibril Hodges Long Beach State 6-2 Junior
Brian Kim Vanguard University (CA) 6-5 Junior
Armein Kirkland Cincinnati 6-8 Junior
Carl Krauser Pittsburgh 6-2 Junior
Pops Mensah-Bonsu George Washington 6-9 Junior
Tim Parham Maryland-Eastern Shore 6-9 Junior
T.J. Parker Northwestern 6-2 Junior
Kevin Pittsnogle West Virginia 6-10 Junior
Chris Rodgers Arizona 6-4 Junior
Brandon Rush Mt. Zion Academy (NC) 6-6 HS Senior
Marcus Slaughter San Diego State 6-8 Sophomore
Steven Smith LaSalle 6-8 Junior
Tim Smith East Tennessee State 5-9 Junior
B.J. Spencer Jacksonville State 6-4 Junior
James White Cincinnati 6-6 Junior
Eric Williams Wake Forest 6-9 Junior


INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS GOING BACK TO SCHOOL/OVERSEAS:

Player Team/Country Height Status
Nemanja Aleksandrov Reflex (Serbia-Montenegro) 7-0 1987 DOB
Luka Bogdanovic Partizan (Serbia-Montenegro) 6-8 1985 DOB
Ivan Chiriaev Dynamo Moscow (Russia) 7- 1984 DOB
Rudy Fernandez DKV Joventut (Spain) 6-5 1985 DOB
Paulius Jankunas Zalgiris (Lithuania) 6-8 1984 DOB
Viktor Keirou Unics Kazan (Russia) 6-6 1984 DOB
Tomasz Kesicki Pamesa Castellon (Spain) 6-10 1986 DOB
Marko Lekic Atlas (Serbia-Montenegro) 6-10 1985 DOB
Steven Markovic West Sydney (Australia) 6-3 1985 DOB
Miguel Marriaga Gaiteros (Venezuela) 6-9 1984 DOB
Kosta Perovic Partizan (Serbia-Montenegro) 7-1 1985 DOB
Aleksander Rindin Gala Baku (Azerbaijan) 7-5 1985 DOB
Dusan Sakota Panathinaikos (Greece) 6-10 1986 DOB
Predrag Samardziski Partizan (Serbia-Montenegro) 6-11 1986 DOB
Cheick Samb Tenerife (Spain) 7-0 1984 DOB
Carlos Matias Sandes Boca Juniors (Argentina) 6-7 1984 DOB
Thabo Sefolosha Chalon (France) 6-6 1984 DOB
Tiago Splitter Tau Ceramica (Spain) 6-11 1985 DOB
Tang Zhengdong Jiangsu (China) 7-1 1984 DOB
Marko Tomas Zagreb (Croatia) 6-6 1985 DOB
Caio Torres Rayet Guadalajara (Spain) 6-11 1987 DOB
Konstantinos Vasileiadis PAOK (Greece) 6-6 1984 DOB
Panagiotis Vasilopoulos PAOK (Greece) 6-8 1984 DOB
Marcus Vieira de Souza Premiata Montegranaro (Italy) 6-9 1984 DOB







MAIN BASKETBALL SECTIONS
Home
NBA
College
High School
Streetball
WNBA
D-League
Basketball Forum
BASKETBALL SOCIAL MEDIA
On Twitter
RSS (of our blog)
On YouTube
On Facebook
On Google+
On Instagram
KEY BBALL SITE INFO
About Us
Contact Us
Advertise
Write For Us

All content copyright © 1999-2014, InsideHoops.com. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy. Terms of Use.
Partner with USA TODAY Sports Digital Properties. Owned by InsideHoops Media Inc.