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2015 NBA Draft Early Entrants

Players declared for the 2015 NBA Draft as early entry candidates

Player Player Info School
Cliff Alexander 6’8″, 251, Fr. PF Kansas
Justin Anderson 6’6″, 222, Jr. SG-SF Virginia
Brandon Ashley 6’8″, 230, Jr. PF Arizona
Devin Booker 6’6″, 195, Fr. SG Kentucky
Willie Cauley-Stein 7’0″, 240, Jr. PF-C Kentucky
Sam Dekker 6’9″, 230, Jr. SF Wisconsin
Michael Frazier II 6’4″, 200, Jr. SG Florida
Olivier Hanlan 6’4″, 188, Jr. SG Boston College
Montrezl Harrell 6’7″, 243, Jr. PF Louisville
Aaron Harrison 6’6″, 212, So. SG Kentucky
Andrew Harrison 6’6″, 210, So. PG Kentucky
Tyler Harvey 6’4″, 185, Jr. SG Eastern Washington
Mario Hezonja 6’7″, 200, SF Croatia
Jerome Hill 6’5″, 210, Jr. SG-SF Gardner-Webb
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson 6’7″, 220, So. SF Arizona
R.J. Hunter 6’5″, 185, Jr. SG Georgia State
Vince Hunter 6’8″, 200, So. SF UTEP
Charles Jackson 6’10”, 225, Jr. PF-C Tennessee Tech
Dakari Johnson 7’0″, 255, So. C Kentucky
Stanley Johnson 6’7″, 237, Fr. SF Arizona
Tyus Jones 6’1″, 170, Fr. PG Duke
Trevor Lacey 6’3″, 210, Jr. SG NC State
Kevon Looney 6’10”, 210, Fr. PF UCLA
Trey Lyles 6’10”, 235, Fr. PF Kentucky
Jarell Martin 6’9″, 241, So. SF-PF LSU
Chris McCullough 6’9″, 200, Fr. PF Syracuse
Jordan Mickey 6’8″, 235, So. PF LSU
Emmanuel Mudiay 6’5″, 196, PG China
Jahlil Okafor 6’11”, 275, Fr. C Duke
Kelly Oubre Jr. 6’7″, 200, Fr. SG-SF Kansas
Ashton Pankey 6’10”, 225, Jr. PF Manhattan
Cameron Payne 6’2″, 180, So. PG Murray State
Terran Petteway 6’6″, 209, Jr. SG Nebraska
Walter Pitchford 6’10”, 234, Jr. PF Nebraska
Bobby Portis 6’11”, 231, So. PF Arkansas
Kristaps Porzingis 6’11”, 220, PF Latvia
Michael Qualls 6’6″, 210, Jr. SG Arkansas
Terry Rozier 6’2″, 190, So. PG Louisville
D’Angelo Russell 6’5″, 176, Fr. PG Ohio State
Satnam Singh 7’2″, 290, C IMG Academy
Jherrod Stiggers 6’5″, 210, Jr. SG Houston
Deonta Stocks 6’1″, 190, So. SG West Georgia
Aaron Thomas 6’5″, 195, Jr. SG Florida State
J.P. Tokoto 6’7″, 200, Jr. SF North Carolina
Karl-Anthony Towns 6’11”, 250, Fr. C Kentucky
Myles Turner 7’0″, 240, Fr. PF-C Texas
Robert Upshaw 6’11”, 255, So. C Washington
Rashad Vaughn 6’5″, 200, Fr. SG UNLV
Chris Walker 6’10”, 220, So. PF Florida
Justise Winslow 6’6″, 222, Fr. SF Duke
Christian Wood 6’11”, 220, So. PF UNLV

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