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2014 Early Entry List

Wed, 04/30/2014 - 3:20pm

Here is a look at the official 2014 early entry candidates released by NBA.com.

Key Dates

May 20th - NBA Draft Lottery
June 16th - Early Entry Withdrawal Date (International Players) (5 p.m. ET)
June 26th - NBA Draft (7 p.m. ET)

NCAA

Jordan Adams 6-5 200 SG UCLA So. [link] Late first to early second round. (20-40)
William Alston, CC of Baltimore County Dundalk
Mychal Ammons, South Alabama
Kyle Anderson 6-9 230 PG/SF UCLA So. [link] Mid lottery to mid first round. (6-17)
Isaiah Austin 7-0 205 PF/C Baylor So. [link] Second round to undrafted.(40-U)
Chane Behanan 6-7 240 PF Louisville Jr. [link] Second round to undrafted. (50-U)
Sim Bhullar 7-5 335 C New Mexico So. [link] Late second to Undrafted. (45-U)
Khem Birch 6-8 220 PF UNLV Jr. Second round to undrafted. (45-U)
Jabari Brown 6-4 210 SG Missouri Jr. [link] Late first to (likely) second round. (27-40)
Jahii Carson 5-11 170 PG Arizona St. So. [link] Second round to undrafted. (40-U)
Semaj Christon 6-3 190 PG/SG Xavier So. [link] Late first to early second round. (25-45)
Jordan Clarkson 6-5 190 PG/SG Missouri Jr. [link] First round to early second round. (20-35)
DeAndre Daniels 6-8 210 SF UConn Jr. [link] Late first to early second round. (20-35)
Spencer Dinwiddie 6-5 190 PG/SG Colorado Jr. Late first to undrafted. (28-45)
Joel Embiid 7-0 250 C Kansas Fr. [link] Top 3 pick. (1-3)
Tyler Ennis 6-2 180 PG Syracuse Fr. [link] Late lottery to late first round. (10-22)
Aaron Gordon 6-8 225 PF Arizona Fr. [link] Late lottery to mid first round. (8-18)
Jerami Grant 6-8 215 SF/PF Syracuse So. [link] Mid to late first round. (12-25)
Gary Harris 6-4 205 SG Michigan St. So. [link] Mid lottery to mid first round. (6-16)
Rodney Hood 6-8 190 SF Duke So. [link] Mid lottery to mid first round. (6-15)
Nick Johnson 6-3 190 SG Arizona Jr. Second round pick. (35-55)
Alex Kirk 7-0 270 C New Mexico Jr. Likely undrafted.
Zach LaVine 6-5 185 SG/PG UCLA Fr. [link] Late lottery to late first round. (10-24)
James McAdoo 6-9 235 PF UNC Jr. [link] Second round to undrafted. (35-U)
KJ McDaniels 6-6 200 SF Clemson Jr. [link] Late first to (likely) second round. (30-50)
Mitch McGary 6-10 260 C Michigan So. Late first to second round. (28-50)
Eric Moreland 6-10 215 PF Oregon St. Second round to undrafted. (50-U)
Johnny OBryant 6-9 250 PF/C LSU Jr. [link] Second round to undrafted. (35-U)
Jabari Parker 6-8 235 SF Duke Fr. [link] Top 3 pick. (1-3)
Elfrid Payton 6-3 180 PG/SG Louisiana Lafayete Jr. [link] Late lottery to late first round. (12-28)
Julius Randle 6-9 240 PF Kentucky Fr. [link] High lottery (4-8)
Glenn Robinson III 6-6 200 SF Michigan So. [link] Mid first to early second round. (20-40)
LaQuinton Ross 6-8 215 SF Ohio St. Jr. [link] Second round to undrafted. (35-U)
Antonio Rucker, Clinton JC (SC)
Jakarr Sampson 6-8 218 SF/PF St. John’s So. [link] Second round to (likely) undrafted. (50-U)
Marcus Smart 6-4 225 PG Oklahoma St. So. [link] Mid lottery pick. (4-8)
Roscoe Smith 6-8 220 PF UNLV Jr. [link] Second round to undrafted. (45-U)
Nik Stauskus 6-6 180 SG Michigan So. Mid lottery to mid first round. (8-20)
Jarnell Stokes 6-7 250 PF Tennessee Jr. [link] Late first to (likely) second round. (28-45)
Noah Vonleh 6-10 250 PF Indiana Fr. [link] Lottery pick. (6-10)
TJ Warren 6-7 220 SF NC State So. [link] Mid to late first round. (12-25)
Andrew Wiggins 6-8 200 SF Canada Fr. [link] Top 3 pick. (1-3)
James Young 6-6 210 SG Kentucky Fr. [link] Mid to late first round. (10-20)
Ta'Quan Zimmerman, Thompson Rivers (Canada)


International

Eleftherios Bochoridis, Aris (Greece) / Greece
Matias Bortolin, Regatas Corrientes (Argentina) / Argentina
Nedim Buza 6-6 190 SG Lithuania 1995 Second round to undrafted. (50-U)
Bruno Caboclo, Pinheiros (Brazil) / Brazil
Berkay Candan, TED Kolejliler (Turkey) / Turkey
Clint Capela 6-11 222 PF/C Switzerland 1994 Late first to second round. (25-50)
Joonas Caven, Joventut (Spain) / Finland
Nemanja Dangubic 6-7 190 SG Serbia 1993 Second round to undrafted. (40-U)
Moussa Diagne, Fuenlabrada (Spain) / Senegal
Tomas Dimsa 6-6 185 SG Zalgiris Kaunas 1994 Second round to undrafted.(45-U)
Marcus Eriksson 6-7 190 SF Sweden 1993 Second round to undrafted. (50-U)
Dante Exum 6-6 185 SG/PG Australia 1995 [link] High lottery (4-8)
Ilja Gromovs, Ventspils (Latvia) / Latvia
Damien Inglis 6-9 240 SF/PF France 1995 Second round to undrafted. (50-U)
Nikola Jokic, Mega Vizura (Serbia) / Serbia
Michalis Kamperidis, Filathlitikos (Greece) / Greece
Artem Klimenko 7-1 245 C Russia 1994 Second round to undrafted. (40-U)
Rasmus Larsen 7-0 230 PF Denmark 1994 Likely undrafted.
Lucas Mariano, Vivo Franca (Brazil) / Brazil
Vasilje Micic 6-5 190 PG/SG Serbia 1994 Mid first to early second round. (18-35)
Jusuf Nurkic 6-11 280 C Bosnia 1994 Late first to second round. (25-45)
Mateusz Ponitka 6-5 202 SG Poland 1993 Second round to undrafted. (50-U)
Kristaps Porzingis 6-11 200 PF Latvia 1995 Second round to undrafted. (40-U)
Marko Ramljak, Zadar (Croatia) / Croatia
Dario Saric 6-10 225 PF/SF Croatia 1994 Late lottery to late first round. (12-25)
Ojars Silins, Reggio Emilia (Italy) / Latvia
Alejandro Suarez, Joventut (Spain) / Spain
[Player: Devon Van Oostrum] 6-3 180 PG England 1993 Second round to undrafted. (50-U)
Guillem Vives, Joventut (Spain) / Spain
Adin Vrabac 6-8 210 SF Bosnia & Herzegovina 1994 Second round to undrafted. (50-U)



Draft Eligible D-League Players

Thanasis Antetokounmpo 6-7 210 SF Delaware 1992 Second round to undrafted. (40-U)
PJ Hairston 6-4 220 SG Texas Legends Jr. Early second to undrafted. (35-U)
Cleveland Melvin 6-8 210 PF/SF Erie Likely undrafted.
Norvel Pelle 6-9 PF Delaware Late second to likely undrafted. (50-U)
Elijah Pittman 6-8 210 SF Delaware Likely undrafted.
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Honestly think Joel Embiid and Jabari should be on 50/50 list.

I bet one of those two will stay.

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Kaminsky v McGary

I'd take Kaminsky in a second before I'd take McGary. McGary has few skills which translate into an NBA career while Kaminsky has a vasy]t array of skills which will allow him to be a valuable role player at the next level.

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Nash

Kaminsky is a great player who plays like a European. Also, LeBryan Nash should get drafted.

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Kyle Anderson

I am a huge UCLA fan, but having said that I believe Kyle Anderson has a chance to be the biggest bust of the draft. He has skills, but he's not nearly quick enough or strong enough at the PG position and he certainly doesn't have the strength to play upfront. He has been a winner at all levels, so I won't count him out, but I don't know what position he plays in the NBA. He reminds me a little of Austin Daye, although Anderson is a better all round player. Finishing at the rim won't happen and his shooting skills are just so/so

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WRONG

HAHAHA Good Call!!! Too much money to pass up

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Jordan Mickey should stay

Jordan Mickey should stay

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The world now awaits the

The world now awaits the decision of Mario Hezonja...

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I think Anderson WILL be a

I think Anderson WILL be a good player eventually in the league. I just don't think that he will pay dividends for the team that drafts him (meaning, he will take more than 4-5 years to reach his potential). I don't think he will be a bust, but as far as a bust as a draft pick I see what you are saying. Someone will try to make him a SF, who plays off the ball, based on his lack of foot speed and height. Then, 7 years later he will eventually be given the "Ron Harper" duties (maybe the Knicks will try to acquire him) of the triangle offense where big guards are important and he will have success with the ball in his hands.

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Kyle Anderson played point

Kyle Anderson played point guard last year. I don't see any team drafting him unless they want him as a point guard.

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Alessandro Gentile

Did Gentile declare? He's not on this list but he's still on the big board (which was updated 4/30, same as this list) and I'm still seeing him in a couple mocks... also it didn't automatically take him out of my pool like it did the other prospects.

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depends on what roster ?

These two are not that comparable.Kaminsky is decent, but McGary prior to the back surgery and suspension was probably returning to school and would have likely been a lottery pick in 2015 just as he would have if he'd have declared last yr. Now mcGary will be a steal to whoever gets him mid-late first round in this loaded class. Kaminski could turn into a decent rotation pf if he ever gets drafted but as it stands right now mcgary still has more potential at the next level with his athletic abilty and court awareness imo

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Gentile is automatically

Gentile is automatically entered. He was born in 1992

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