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Wednesday / January 26.
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    EARLY ENTRY CANDIDATES FOR 2010 NBA DRAFT

    (Courtesy NBA and DraftExpress.com)

    Solomon Alabi Florida State

    Cole Aldrich Kansas

    Lavoy Allen Temple

    Al-Farouq Aminu Wake Forest

    James Anderson Oklahoma State

    Kevin Anderson Richmond

    Luke Babbitt Nevada

    Armon Bassett Ohio

    Talor Battle Penn State

    Keith Benson Oakland

    Eric Bledsoe Kentucky

    Anatoly Bose Nicholls State

    Dee Bost Mississippi State

    Craig Brackins Iowa State

    Avery Bradley Texas

    Carlon Brown Utah

    Derrick Caracter UTEP

    DeMarcus Cousins Kentucky

    Jordan Crawford Xavier

    Ed Davis North Carolina

    Mike Davis Illinois

    Paul Davis Winston-Salem State

    Malcolm Delaney Virginia Tech

    Devin Ebanks West Virginia

    Kenneth Faried Morehead State

    Derrick Favors Georgia Tech

    Courtney Fortson Arkansas

    Jimmer Fredette BYU

    Tiny Gallon Oklahoma

    Charles Garcia Seattle

    Paul George Fresno State

    Anthony Gurley Massachusetts

    Manny Harris Michigan

    Gordon Hayward Butler

    Jeremy Hazell Seton Hall

    Xavier Henry Kansas

    Darington Hobson New Mexico

    Adnan Hodzic Lipscomb

    Armon Johnson Nevada

    JaJuan Johnson Purdue

    Ravern Johnson Mississippi State

    Wesley Johnson Syracuse

    Cameron Jones Northern Arizona

    Dominique Jones South Florida

    Mac Koshwal DePaul

    Sylven Landesberg Virginia

    Gani Lawal Georgia Tech

    Kenny Lawson Creighton

    Tommy Mason-Griffin Oklahoma

    Demetri McCamey Illinois

    Elijah Millsap Alabama-Birmingham

    Greg Monroe Georgetown

    E’Twaun Moore Purdue

    Arnett Moultrie UTEP

    Andrew Ogilvy Vanderbilt

    Daniel Orton Kentucky

    Patrick Patterson Kentucky

    Rico Pickett Manhattan

    Eniel Polynice Mississippi

    Herb Pope Seton Hall

    Jeff Robinson Seton Hall

    Samardo Samuels Louisville

    Larry Sanders Virginia Commonwealth

    John Sloan Huntingdon (AL)

    Tracy Smith North Carolina State

    Lance Stephenson Cincinnati

    Lazar Trifunovic Radford

    Evan Turner Ohio State

    Alex Tyus Florida

    Ekpe Udoh Baylor

    John Wall Kentucky

    Willie Warren Oklahoma

    Quinton Watkins San Diego State

    C.J. Webster San Jose State

    Terrico White Mississippi

    Hassan Whiteside Marshall

    Elliot Williams Memphis

    Stevy Worah-Ozimo Slippery Rock

    Chris Wright Dayton

    Jahmar Young New Mexico State

    International Early-Entrants

    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)

    Thomas Heurtel Strasbourg (France)

    Edwin Jackson Rouen (France)

    Dusan Korac Centar (Montenegro)

    Mindaugas Kuzminskas Siauliai (Lithuania)

    Luc Louves Maurienne (France)

    Uros Lukovic Radnicki Basket (Serbia)

    Donatas Motiejunas Benetton Treviso (Italy)

    Tomasz Nowakowski Luka Koper (Slovenia)

    Tibor Pleiss Brose Baskets (Germany)

    Xavier Rabaseda FC Barcelona (Spain)

    Fernando Raposo Pau Orthez (France)

    Ryan Richards Gran Canaria (Spain)

    Kevin Seraphin Cholet (France)

    Semen Shashkov Ural Ekaterinburg (Russia)

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    Adam Zagoria is a Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. A contributor to The New York Times and SportsNet New York (SNY), he is also the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. His articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, 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.