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Friday / October 20.
  • 2014 NBA Draft Early Entry List

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    Below is a constantly fluid list of Early Entrant candidates for the 2014 NBA Draft based on various sources, interviews and media reports, including DraftExpress.com.

    The NCAA Early Entry “Withdrawal” Deadline is April 15 and the NBA’s Early Entry eligibility deadline is April 27. The NBA will release its official list of Early Entry Draft candidates on May 2.

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    EARLY ENTRY CANDIDATES FOR 2014 NBA DRAFT

    Player	        School      Height	 Status
    
    Jordan Adams    UCLA            6-5     Sophomore
    Kyle Anderson	UCLA	        6-9	Sophomore
    Isaiah Austin   Baylor          7-1     Sophomore
    Chane Behanan   Colorado State  6-6     Sophomore
    Sim Bhullar     New Mexico St   7-5     Sophomore
    Khem Birch      UNLV            6-9     Junior
    Jabari Brown    Missouri        6-5     RS-Jr.
    Jahii Carson	Arizona State	5-11	RS-So.
    Semaj Christon  Xavier          6-3     Sophomore
    Jordan Clarkson Missouri        6-5     Junior
    DeAndre Daniels UConn           6-8     Junior
    Spencer Dinwiddie Colorado      6-6     Junior
    Joel Embiid     Kansas          7-0     Freshman
    Tyler Ennis     Syracuse        6-2     Freshman
    Dante Exum	AIS	        6-6	95 Int'l
    Aaron Gordon    Arizona         6-9     Freshman
    Jerami Grant    Syracuse        6-7     Sophomore
    Gary Harris     Michigan St     6-5     Sophomore
    Rodney Hood	Duke	        6-8	RS-So.
    Nick Johnson    Arizona         6-2     Junior
    Alex Kirk       New Mexico      7-0     Junior
    Zach LaVine     UCLA            6-5     Freshman
    Mitch McGary    Michigan        6-10    Sophomore
    James Michael McAdoo  UNC       6-9     Junior
    KJ McDaniels    Clemson         6-6     Junior
    Eric Moreland	Oregon State	6-10	RS-Jr.
    Johnny O'Bryant LSU             6-9     Junior
    Jabari Parker   Duke            6-8     Freshman
    Elfrid Payton   Louisiana-Laf   6-3     Junior
    Julius Randle   Kentucky        6-9     Freshman 
    Glenn Robinson  Michigan        6-6     Sophomore
    LaQuinton Ross	Ohio State	6-8	Junior
    JaKarr Sampson	St. John's	6-9	Sophomore
    Marcus Smart    Oklahoma State  6-4     Sophomore
    Roscoe Smith    UNLV            6-8     Junior
    Nik Stauskus    Michigan        6-6     Sophomore
    Jarnell Stokes  Tennessee       6-8     Junior
    Noah Vonleh	Indiana	        6-10	Freshman
    T.J. Warren	N.C. State	6-8	Sophomore
    Andrew Wiggins	Kansas	        6-8	Freshman
    James Young     Kentucky        6-7     Freshman
    
    
    
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    Adam Zagoria is a New York Times contributor and Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. He is the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker whose articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Sports Illustrated, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.