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  • 2015 NBA Draft Early Entry List

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    NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-East Regional-Louisville vs North Carolina StateBelow is a fluid list of Early Entrant candidates for the 2015 NBA Draft based on various sources, interviews and media reports.

    The NBA’s Early Entry eligibility deadline is April 26. The NBA will release its official list of Early Entry Draft after that.

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    EARLY ENTRY CANDIDATES FOR 2015 NBA DRAFT:

    Player School Height Status
    Montrezl Harrell Louisville 6-8 Junior
    R.J Hunter Georgia State 6-6 Junior
    Terry Rozier Louisville 6-1 Sophomore
    Myles Turner Texas 6-11 Freshman
     Jordan Mickey  LSU          6-8  Sophomore
     Jarrell Martin  LSU         6-9   Sophomore
     Michael Frazier  Florida         6-4     Junior
     Kelly Oubre  Kansas         6-7    Freshman
     Tyler Harvey  Eastern Washington        6-4  Sophomore
     Chris McCullough  Syracuse       6-10  Freshman
     Walter Pitchford  Nebraska       6-10     Junior
     Cameron   Payne  Murray State       6-2   Sophomore
     Kevon Looney UCLA      6-9  Freshman
     Karl-Anthony Towns  Kentucky     6-11  Freshman
     Willie Cauley-Stein  Kentucky     7-0  Junior
     Trey Lyles  Kentucky     6-10  Freshman
     Andrew Harrison  Kentucky     6-6  Sophomore
     Aaron Harrison  Kentucky    6-6  Sophomore
     Cliff Alexander  Kansas    6-9  Freshman
     Rondae Hollis-Jefferson  Arizona   6-7  Sophomore
     Aaron Thomas  Florida State  6-5  Junior
     Jherrod Stiggers  Houston  6-4  Junior
     Rashad Vaughn  UNLV  6-6  Freshman
     J.P. Tokoto  North Carolina  6-6  Junior
     Devin Booker  Kentucky  6-5  Freshman
     Dakari Johnson  Kentucky  7-0  Sophomore
     Jahlil Okafor  Duke  6-11  Freshman
     Sam Dekker  Wisconsin  6-9  Junior
     Justin Anderson  Virginia  6-6  Junior
     Justise Winslow  Duke  6-6  Freshman
     Tyus Jones  Duke  6-1  Freshman
     Trevor Lacey  N.C. State  6-3  Junior
     Bobby Portis  Arkansas  6-11  Sophomore
     Oliver Hanlan  Boston College  6-4  Junior
     Michael Qualls  Arkansas  6-6  Junior
     Brandon Ashley  Arizona  6-9  Junior
     D’Angelo Russell  Ohio State  6-5  Freshman
     Stanley Johnson  Arizona  6-7  Freshman
     Chris Walker  Florida  6-10  Sophomore
     Christian Wood  UNLV  6-11  Sophomore



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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.