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2012 Early Entry List

Fri, 05/04/2012 - 1:39am

Here is a look at this year's official underclassmen early entrants. International players have until June 18th to withdraw.

Key Dates:

NBA Draft Lottery - May 30th.
NBA Draft Early Entrant (International) Withdrawal Deadline (5:00 p.m. ET) - June 18th.
NBA Draft - June 28th.

Entering

Erik Austin Jackson CC (MI) 6-3 Fr.
Harrison Barnes 6-8 220 SF UNC So.
Will Barton 6-6 171 SG/SF Memphis So.
Bradley Beal 6-4 207 SG Florida Fr.
JCovan Brown 6-1 180 PG/SG Texas Jr.
Dominic Cheek 6-6 180 SG Villanova Jr.
Jared Cunningham 6-4 200 SG Oregon St. Jr.
Anthony Davis 6-10 220 PF Kentucky Fr.
Andre Drummond 6-10 260 PF/C UConn Fr.
Dominique Ferguson 6-9 240 SF/PF Florida International So.
Justin Hamilton 7-0 260 C LSU Jr.
Moe Harkless 6-8 205 SF St. John's Fr.
John Henson 6-10 220 PF UNC Jr.
John Jenkins 6-4 185 SG Vanderbilt Jr.
Perry Jones 6-11 235 SF/PF Baylor So.
Terrence Jones 6-9 241 SF/PF Kentucky So.
Michael Kidd Gilchrist 6-7 216 SF Kentucky Fr.
Doron Lamb 6-4 195 SG Kentucky So.
Jeremy Lamb 6-5 185 SG UConn So.
Meyers Leonard 7-1 245 C Illinois So.
Damian Lillard 6-2 190 PG Weber St. Jr.
Kendall Marshall 6-4 180 PG North Carolina So.
Fab Melo 7-0 250 C Syracuse So.
Khris Middleton 6-7 195 SF Texas A&M Jr.
Quincy Miller 6-8 205 SF Baylor Fr.
Tony Mitchell 6-6 220 SF Alabama Jr.
Arnett Moultrie 6-10 225 PF/C Miss St. Jr.
Reeves Nelson 6-7 238 SF/PF UCLA Jr.
Austin Rivers 6-4 203 PG/SG Duke Fr.
Peter Roberson Grambling State 7-0 Junior
Quincy Roberts 6-5 195 SG Grambling Jr.
Thomas Robinson 6-8 240 SF/PF Kansas Jr.
Terrence Ross 6-6 190 SG Washington So.
Avery Scharer Shoreline CC (WA) 6-1 So.
Renardo Sidney 6-10 270 PF Mississippi St. Jr.
Jonathon Simmons 6-6 Houston Jr.
Terrell Stoglin 6-1 PG Maryland So.
Gerardo Suero 6-4 Albany Jr.
Jared Sullinger 6-9 286 PF Ohio St. So.
Marquis Teague 6-2 190 PG Kentucky Fr.
Joston Thomas 6-7 Hawaii Jr.
Hollis Thompson 6-7 181 SG Georgetown Jr.
Richard Townsend-Gant 6-5 Vancouver Island University Jr.
Dion Waiters 6-4 215 SG Syracuse So.
Maalik Wayns 6-1 190 PG Villanova Jr.
Royce White 6-8 260 SF/PF Iowa St. So.
DAngelo Williams 6-3 Notre Dame de Namur (CA) Jr.
Tony Wroten 6-5 205 PG/SG Washington Fr.

International

Furkan Aldemir 6-10 PF Galatasaray (Turkey)1991
Evan Fournier 6-7 190 SF Poitiers (France) 1992
Josep Franch 6-5 Murcia (Spain) 1991 DOB
Alen Omic 7-0 C Zlatorog (Slovenia) 1992
Tomas Satoransky 6-7 PG/SG Cajasol (Spain) 1991
Tornike Shengelia 6-10 SF/PF Spirou (Belgium) 1991
Mathieu Wojciechowski 6-6 Gravelines (France) 1992

Withdrew

Jonas Bergstedt 6-11 Torrelodones (Spain) 1991
Maximilian Kleber 6-10 Oliver Baskets (Germany) 1992
Lahaou Konate 6-3 Evreux (France) 1991
Mindaugas Kupsas 7-0 Baltai Kaunas (Lithuania) 1991
Joffrey Lauvergne 6-10 SF/PF Chalon (France) 1991
Abdoulaye Loum 6-11 PF Gravelines (France) 1991
Nika Metreveli 7-0 Sassari (Italy) 1991
Nemanja Nedovic 6-4 PG/SG Crvena Zvezda (Serbia) 1991
Jakub Parzenski 6-10 PGB Basket (Poland) 1991
Sertac Sanli 7-0 Galatasaray (Turkey) 1991

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Barton will go early in the

Barton will go early in the second round and will be an absolute steal.. Wayns should stay another year..

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Elias Harris could also

Elias Harris could also really be a steal if he goes undrafted. There aren't many players with his combination of length, athleticism and polished controlled game in the NBA. If he develops the killer attitude he had his freshman year he could really settle in nicely wherever he ends up. Think Quincy Pondexter only Harris can dribble with both hands (and Pondexter was drafted in the first round)..

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curious about categorization

How is it determined that a prospect is 'Likely to Enter' or '50/50'. What are these categories based on? Simply on comments that they've made?

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draft

Not sure where this info comes from. Two NBA GM's have mentioned JaCoven brown as late first round, early second. McCollum scored almost at will vs Rivers in the Lehigh upset of Duke. He's late first round. Barton will get drafted.....high second is my guess. This is the time of year where the hype fades......Barnes, Rivers, Marshall likely to see their stock fall a bit. Hollis Thompson gets drafted.....has big upside. Mid second round. Tony Mitchell (the north texas one) might be a lottary pick by the end.

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Mcadoo make the first 10 pick

Mcadoo make the first 10 pick of this draft special if he goes pro

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Quincy Miller needs to stay

Quincy Miller needs to stay

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What are the odds everyone

What are the odds everyone returns except Teague from UK?

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3 guys that should have stayed

Should have stayed:

1. Mo Harkless: Harkless should have waited another year because scouts aren't going to be blown away by his talent and his touch from the perimeter is atrocious. If he returned to St. John's next year he would have a chance to improve on his shooting stroke and become more of a three dimensional player on the wing.

2. Arnett Moultrie: Earlier this year Moultrie was considered a late lottery pick but now he will struggle to get picked in the Top 20 since his flaws have been discovered. Arnett shows a lackluster intensity on the glass and he doesn't have a true position. He might not be big enough to handle NBA centers but his speed will be lacking against PF's. If Moultrie returned he would dominate in an overwhelmed SEC and give the scouts no doubt about what they could have.

3. B.J. Young: I am not completely sure whether this is a decision or a mission. If Young decides he'd like to pursue a NBA career after a solid freshman season, so be it. Or, it could just be a fact-finding mission to discover if his NBA prospects are for real but if this is a decision I do not think it is the right one. Young is slightly small compared to the majority of NBA guards and doesn't have a point guard's mentality. He is a shoot first, think second guard and not a shoot first, pass second guard. That's not good.

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"3. B.J. Young: I am not

"3. B.J. Young: I am not completely sure whether this is a decision or a mission. If Young decides he'd like to pursue a NBA career after a solid freshman season, so be it. Or, it could just be a fact-finding mission to discover if his NBA prospects are for real but if this is a decision I do not think it is the right one. Young is slightly small compared to the majority of NBA guards and doesn't have a point guard's mentality. He is a shoot first, think second guard and not a shoot first, pass second guard. That's not good."-Unc232

If Young leaves he is the ANTI-Tommy Mason-Griifn 2.0 NOT Cory Joseph 2.0 I think B.J. needs a Big Gulp from 7-Eleven, because he is EXTRA THIRSTY. I pray he returns, because I like his potential. He NEEDS to stay up to his Jr. just to LEARN how to become a true leader.

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Moe harkless will be a first

Moe harkless will be a first rounder off potential. Lets not forget this is the kid that broke AI's big east freshman scoring record.

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I'm surprised Aaron Craft

I'm surprised Aaron Craft hasnt made his intentions known..He's 1 of the most underrated players in the country and might be a 1st rounder,if he came out.....

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UK

The five from UK haven't officially declared.
Plus rumors are surfacing about one or possibly two coming back.

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Cor J Cox Mississippi Valley St.

This guy at 6-5 205 with his athletic ability should have a chance to be drafted or a priority free agent at the two guard position.

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Quincy Roberts

Quincy averaged 22.7 ppg that was the 4th highest scoring average in Division 1!!!!!!

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Kyle O'Quinn Norfolk St

This guy at 6-10 240 is second round material who led his team to a first round upset over Missouri in the NCAA Tournament scoring 26 pts and 14 rebounds.

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So many early entries...so

So many early entries...so many destined for D-League and Europe

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Moultrie

Earlier this year Moultrie was considered a late lottery pick but now he will struggle to get picked in the Top 20 since his flaws have been discovered. Arnett shows a lackluster intensity on the glass and he doesn't have a true position. He might not be big enough to handle NBA centers but his speed will be lacking against PF's. If Moultrie returned he would dominate in an overwhelmed SEC and give the scouts no doubt about what they could have. Bucharest car rent masini de inchiriat in bucuresti

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