NBA announces early entry candidates for 2015 Draft

The NBA announced the full list of early entry candidates for the 2015 NBA Draft on Wednesday morning. 48 players from the collegiate or post-graduate level have applied for the draft, along with 43 international players.

Players were required to submit the proper paperwork and apply to the draft by Sunday, April 26.

The players that applied for the draft can still withdraw their names from consideration, but they must inform the NBA of their decision in writing no later than 5 p.m. ET on Monday, June 15.

The full list can be seen below.

Post-Graduate Players

NAME SCHOOL HEIGHT STATUS
Cliff Alexander Kansas 6-8 Freshman
Justin Anderson Virginia 6-6 Junior
Brandon Ashley Arizona 6-9 Junior
Devin Booker Kentucky 6-6 Freshman
Willie Cauley-Stein Kentucky 7-0 Junior
Sam Dekker Wisconsin 6-9 Junior
Michael Frazier II Florida 6-4 Junior
Olivier Hanlan Boston College 6-4 Junior
Montrezl Harrell Louisville 6-8 Junior
Aaron Harrison Kentucky 6-6 Sophomore
Andrew Harrison Kentucky 6-6 Sophomore
Tyler Harvey Eastern Washington 6-4 Sophomore
Jerome Hill Gardner-Webb 6-5 Junior
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson Arizona 6-7 Sophomore
R.J. Hunter Georgia State 6-5 Junior
Vince Hunter UTEP 6-8 Sophomore
Charles Jackson Tennessee Tech 6-10 Junior
Dakari Johnson Kentucky 7-0 Sophomore
Stanley Johnson Arizona 6-7 Freshman
Tyus Jones Duke 6-1 Freshman
Trevor Lacey North Carolina State 6-3 Junior
Kevon Looney UCLA 6-9 Freshman
Trey Lyles Kentucky 6-10 Freshman
Jarell Martin LSU 6-10 Sophomore
Chris McCullough Syracuse 6-10 Freshman
Jordan Mickey LSU 6-8 Sophomore
Jahlil Okafor Duke 6-11 Freshman
Kelly Oubre Kansas 6-7 Freshman
Ashton Pankey Manhattan 6-10 Junior
Cameron Payne Murray State 6-2 Sophomore
Terran Petteway Nebraska 6-6 Junior
Walter Pitchford Nebraska 6-10 Junior
Bobby Portis Arkansas 6-11 Sophomore
Michael Qualls Arkansas 6-6 Junior
Terry Rozier Louisville 6-1 Sophomore
D’Angelo Russell Ohio State 6-5 Freshman
Satnam Singh IMG Academy 7-1 Post-Graduate
Jherrod Stiggers Houston 6-5 Junior
Deonta Stocks West Georgia 6-1 Sophomore
Aaron Thomas Florida State 6-5 Junior
J.P. Tokoto North Carolina 6-6 Junior
Karl-Anthony Towns Kentucky 6-11 Freshman
Myles Turner Texas 6-11 Freshman
Robert Upshaw Washington 7-0 Sophomore
Rashad Vaughn UNLV 6-6 Freshman
Chris Walker Florida 6-10 Sophomore
Justise Winslow Duke 6-6 Freshman
Christian Wood UNLV 6-11 Sophomore

International Players

NAME TEAM / COUNTRY OF TEAM HEIGHT STATUS
Alberto Abalde Joventut (Spain) 6-7 1995 DOB
Dimitrios Agravanis Olympiacos (Greece) 6-10 1994 DOB
Wael Arakji Al Riyadi (Lebanon) 6-4 1994 DOB
Eleftherios Bochoridis Panathinaikos (Greece) 6-5 1994 DOB
Beka Burjanadze Coruna (Spain) 6-8 1994 DOB
Nedim Buza Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia) 6-8 1995 DOB
Alexandre Chassang ASVEL (France) 6-9 1994 DOB
George de Paula Pinheiros (Brazil) 6-6 1996 DOB
Andrey Desyatnikov Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia) 7-3 1994 DOB
Moussa Diagne Fuenlabrada (Spain) 6-11 1994 DOB
Lucas Dias Silva Pinheiros (Brazil) 6-9 1995 DOB
Ognjen Dobric FMP Beograd (Serbia) 6-6 1994 DOB
Simone Fontecchio Granarolo (Italy) 6-7 1995 DOB
Danilo Fuzaro Minas (Brazil) 6-4 1994 DOB
Marc Garcia Manresa (Spain) 6-6 1996 DOB
Humberto Gomes Pinheiros (Brazil) 6-5 1995 DOB
Kevin Harley Poitiers (France) 6-6 1994 DOB
Guillermo Hernangomez Sevilla (Spain) 6-11 1994 DOB
Juan Alberto Hernangomez Estudiantes (Spain) 6-7 1995 DOB
Mario Hezonja Barcelona (Spain) 6-8 1995 DOB
Mouhammadou Jaiteh Nanterre (France) 6-11 1994 DOB
Alpha Kaba Pau Orthez (France) 6-10 1996 DOB
Vladislav Korenyuk Dnipro (Ukraine) 6-11 1994 DOB
Dusan Kutlesic Metalac (Serbia) 6-6 1994 DOB
Jonghyun Lee Korea University (Korea) 6-9 1994 DOB
Timothe Luwawu Antibes (France) 6-7 1995 DOB
Nikola Milutinov Partizan (Serbia) 7-0 1994 DOB
Aleksej Nikolic Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia) 6-3 1995 DOB
Cedi Osman Anadolu Efes (Turkey) 6-8 1995 DOB
Miroslav Pasajlic Uzice (Serbia) 6-1 1995 DOB
Anzejs Pasecniks VEF Riga (Latvia) 7-1 1995 DOB
Oriol Pauli Gran Canaria (Spain) 6-7 1994 DOB
Kristaps Porzingis Sevilla (Spain) 7-1 1995 DOB
Nikola Radicevic Sevilla (Spain) 6-5 1994 DOB
Djoko Salic Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia) 6-11 1995 DOB
Marko Tejic Crvena Zvezda (Serbia) 6-10 1995 DOB
Juan Pablo Vaulet Bahia Basket (Argentina) 6-6 1996 DOB
Aleksandar Vezenkov Aris (Greece) 6-9 1995 DOB
Adin Vrabac Trier (Germany) 6-8 1994 DOB
Rade Zagorac Mega Leks (Serbia) 6-7 1995 DOB
Sergiy Zagreba Dnipro (Ukraine) 7-0 1994 DOB
Alexandr Zhigulin Penas Huesca (Spain) 6-8 1994 DOB
Paul Zipser Bayern Munich (Germany) 6-8 1994 DOB

Can’t get enough of Campus Sports? Follow us on TwitterFacebook and Instagram to stay updated with the latest news and exclusive giveaways!

*Featured Photo (above) credit to Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports