In one of the more stacked Draft classes in NBA history, the League announced today that 66 players have filed as early entry candidates into the 2012 NBA Draft.
These 49 players from US colleges have applied for early entry and have until June 18 to withdraw, but they no longer retain NCAA eligibility.
Erik Austin, Jackson CC (MI); Harrison Barnes, North Carolina; Will Barton, Memphis; Bradley Beal, Florida; J’Covan Brown, Texas; Dominic Cheek, Villanova; Jared Cunningham, Oregon State; Anthony Davis, Kentucky; Andre Drummond, Connecticut; Dominique Ferguson, Florida International; Justin Hamilton, LSU; Moe Harkless, St. John’s; John Henson, North Carolina; John Jenkins, Vanderbilt; Perry Jones III, Baylor; Terrence Jones, Kentucky; Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Kentucky; Doron Lamb, Kentucky; Jeremy Lamb, Connecticut; Meyers Leonard, Illinois; Damian Lillard, Weber State; Kendall Marshall, North Carolina; Fab Melo, Syracuse; Khris Middleton, Texas A&M; Quincy Miller, Baylor; Tony Mitchell, Alabama; Arnett Moultrie, Mississippi State; Reeves Nelson, UCLA/Zalgiris (Lithuania); Austin Rivers, Duke; Peter Roberson, Grambling State; Quincy Roberts, Grambling State; Thomas Robinson, Kansas; Terrence Ross, Washington; Avery Scharer, Shoreline CC (WA); Renardo Sidney, Mississippi State; Jonathon Simmons, Houston; Terrell Stoglin, Maryland; Gerardo Suero, Albany; Jared Sullinger, Ohio State; Raymond Taylor, Florida Atlantic; Marquis Teague, Kentucky; Joston Thomas, Hawaii; Hollis Thompson, Georgetown; Richard Townsend-Gant, Vancouver Island University; Dion Waiters, Syracuse; Maalik Wayns, Villanova; Royce White, Iowa State; D’Angelo Williams, Notre Dame de Namur (CA); Tony Wroten, Washington
These 17 international players have applied for early entry:
Furkan Aldemir, Galatasaray (Turkey); Jonas Bergstedt, Torrelodones (Spain); Evan Fournier, Poitiers (France); Josep Franch, Murcia (Spain); Maximilian Kleber, Oliver Baskets (Germany); Lahaou Konate, Evreux (France); Mindaugas Kupsas, Baltai Kaunas (Lithuania); Joffrey Lauvergne, Chalon (France); Abdoulaye Loum, Gravelines (France); Nika Metreveli, Sassari (Italy); Nemanja Nedovic, Crvena Zvezda (Serbia); Alen Omic, Zlatorog (Slovenia); Jakub Parzenski, PGB Basket (Poland); Sertac Sanli, Galatasaray (Turkey); Tomas Satoransky, Cajasol (Spain); Tornike Shengelia, Spirou (Belgium); Mathieu Wojciechowski, Gravelines (France)