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Monday / December 6.
  • Final NBA Early Entry List

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    Following is the list of players from U.S. colleges who have applied for early entry into the 2012 NBA Draft, which will be held Thursday, June 28, at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.:


    Player	        School          Height	 Status
    Erik Austin	Jackson CC (MI)	6-3	Freshman
    Harrison Barnes	North Carolina	6-8	Sophomore
    Will Barton	Memphis	        6-6	Sophomore
    Bradley Beal	Florida	        6-3	Freshman
    J’Covan Brown	Texas	        6-1	Junior
    Dominic Cheek	Villanova	6-6	Junior
    Jared CunninghamOregon State	6-4	Junior
    Anthony Davis	Kentucky	6-10	Freshman
    Andre Drummond	Connecticut	6-10	Freshman
    Dominique Ferguson	Florida International	6-9	Sophomore
    Justin Hamilton	 LSU	        7-0	Junior
    Moe Harkless	 St. John’s	6-8	Freshman

    John Henson	North Carolina	6-11	Junior
    John Jenkins	Vanderbilt	6-4	Junior
    Perry Jones III	Baylor	        6-11	Sophomore
    Terrence Jones	Kentucky	6-9	Sophomore
    Michael Kidd-Gilchrist	Kentucky	6-7	Freshman
    Doron Lamb	Kentucky	6-4	Sophomore
    Jeremy Lamb	Connecticut	6-5	Sophomore
    Meyers Leonard	Illinois	7-1	Sophomore
    Damian Lillard	Weber State	6-3	Junior
    Kendall MarshallNorth Carolina	 6-4	 Sophomore
    Fab Melo	Syracuse	7-0	Sophomore
    Khris Middleton	Texas A&M	6-7	Junior
    Quincy Miller	Baylor	        6-9	Freshman
    Tony Mitchell	Alabama	        6-6	Junior
    Arnett Moultrie	Mississippi State	6-11	Junior
    Reeves Nelson	UCLA/Zalgiris (Lithuania)	6-8	-
    Austin Rivers	Duke	        6-3	Freshman
    Peter Roberson	Grambling State	7-0	Junior
    Quincy Roberts	Grambling State	6-5	Junior
    Thomas Robinson	Kansas	        6-9	Junior
    Terrence Ross	Washington	6-6	Sophomore
    Avery Scharer	Shoreline CC (WA)	6-1	Sophomore
    Renardo Sidney	Mississippi State	6-10	Junior
    Jonathon SimmonsHouston	        6-6	Junior
    Terrell Stoglin	Maryland	6-1	Sophomore
    Gerardo Suero	Albany	        6-4	Junior
    Jared Sullinger	Ohio State	6-9	Sophomore
    Raymond Taylor	Florida Atlantic5-6	Junior
    Marquis Teague	Kentucky	6-2	Freshman
    Joston Thomas	Hawaii	        6-7	Junior
    Hollis Thompson	Georgetown	6-8	Junior
    Richard Townsend-Gant	Vancouver Island University	6-5	Junior
    Dion Waiters	Syracuse	6-4	Sophomore
    Maalik Wayns	Villanova	6-1	Junior
    Royce White	Iowa State	6-8	Sophomore
    D’Angelo Williams	Notre Dame de Namur (CA)	6-3	Junior
    Tony Wroten	Washington	6-5	Freshman
    The following is the list of international players who have applied for
    early entry into the 2012 NBA Draft:
    Player	        Team/Country	       Height	 Status
    Furkan Aldemir	Galatasaray (Turkey)	6-10	1991 DOB
    Jonas Bergstedt	Torrelodones (Spain)	6-11	1991 DOB
    Evan Fournier Poitiers (France)	        6-7	1992 DOB
    Josep Franch	Murcia (Spain)	        6-5	1991 DOB
    Maximilian Kleber	s Oliver Baskets (Germany)	6-5	1992 DOB
    Lahaou Konate	Evreux (France)	        6-5	1991 DOB
    Mindaugas Kupsas	Baltai Kaunas (Lithuania)	7-0	1991 DOB
    Joffrey Lauvergne	Chalon (France)	6-11	1991 DOB
    Abdoulaye Loum	Gravelines (France)	6-11	1991 DOB
    Nika Metreveli	Sassari (Italy)	        7-0	1991 DOB
    Nemanja Nedovic	Crvena Zvezda (Serbia)	6-4	1991 DOB
    Alen Omic	Zlatorog (Slovenia)	7-0	1992 DOB
    Jakub Parzenski	PGB Basket (Poland)	6-10	1991 DOB
    Sertac Sanli	Galatasaray (Turkey)	7-0	1991 DOB
    Tomas Satoransky	Cajasol (Spain)	6-7	1991 DOB
    Tornike Shengelia	Spirou (Belgium)	6-10	1991 DOB
    Mathieu Wojciechowski	Gravelines (France)	6-6	1992 DOB

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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.