Wednesday, June 22, 2005

50 Early Entry Candidates Withdraw From NBA Draft


Dee Brown's stock took a hit when he broke his foot during the Chicago Pre-Draft Camp, essentially forcing him to withdraw from the 2005 NBA Draft today.


Here is the list of college and high school players who have withdrawn their names from consideration for NBA Draft 2005:

Jose Juan Barea, Northeastern- 6-0 Junior
Martellus Bennett, Taylor HS (TX)- 6-7 HS Senior
Brandon Bowman, Georgetown- 6-8 Junior
Dee Brown, Illinois- 5-11 Junior
Keith Brumbaugh, DeLand HS (FL)- 6-8 HS Senior
Jermareo Davidson, Alabama- 6-11 Sophomore
Toney Douglas, Auburn- 6-1 Freshman
Torin Francis, Notre Dame- 6-11 Junior
Mike Hall, George Washington- 6-8 Junior
Chris Hernandez, Stanford- 6-2 Junior
Jibril Hodges, Long Beach State- 6-2 Junior
Brian Kim, Vanguard University (CA)- 6-5 Junior
Armein Kirkland, Cincinnati- 6-8 Junior
Carl Krauser, Pittsburgh- 6-2 Junior
Pops Mensah-Bonsu, George Washington- 6-9 Junior
Tim Parham, Maryland-Eastern Shore- 6-9 Junior
T.J. Parker, Northwestern- 6-2 Junior
Kevin Pittsnogle, West Virginia- 6-10 Junior
Chris Rodgers, Arizona- 6-4 Junior
Brandon Rush, Mt. Zion Academy (NC)- 6-6 HS Senior
Marcus Slaughter, San Diego State- 6-8 Sophomore
Steven Smith, LaSalle- 6-8 Junior
Tim Smith, East Tennessee State- 5-9 Junior
B.J. Spencer, Jacksonville State- 6-4 Junior
James White, Cincinnati- 6-6 Junior
Eric Williams,Wake Forest- 6-9 Junior


Unable to receive a 1st Round guarantee that satisfied his agent David Bauman, Marko Tomas withdrew from the NBA Draft earlier today.


Here is the list of international players who have withdrawn their names from consideration for NBA Draft 2005:

Nemanja Aleksandrov, Reflex (Serbia-Montenegro)- 7-0 1987 DOB
Luka Bogdanovic, Partizan (Serbia-Montenegro)- 6-8 1985 DOB
Ivan Chiriaev, Dynamo Moscow (Russia)- 7-1 1984 DOB
Rudy Fernandez, DKV Joventut (Spain)- 6-5 1985 DOB
Paulius Jankunas, Zalgiris (Lithuania)- 6-8 1984 DOB
Viktor Keirou, Unics Kazan (Russia)- 6-6 1984 DOB
Tomasz Kesicki, Pamesa Castellon (Spain)- 6-10 1986 DOB
Marko Lekic, Atlas (Serbia-Montenegro)- 6-10 1985 DOB
Steven Markovic, West Sydney (Australia)- 6-3 1985 DOB
Miguel Marriaga, Gaiteros (Venezuela)- 6-9 1984 DOB
Kosta Perovic, Partizan (Serbia-Montenegro)- 7-1 1985 DOB
Aleksander Rindin, Gala Baku (Azerbaijan)- 7-5 1985 DOB
Dusan Sakota, Panathinaikos (Greece)- 6-10 1986 DOB
Predrag Samardziski, Partizan (Serbia-Montenegro)- 6-11 1986 DOB
Cheick Samb, Tenerife (Spain)- 7-0 1984 DOB
Carlos Matias Sandes, Boca Juniors (Argentina)- 6-7 1984 DOB
Thabo Sefolosha, Chalon (France)- 6-6 1984 DOB
Tiago Splitter, Tau Ceramica (Spain)- 6-11 1985 DOB
Tang Zhengdong, Jiangsu (China)- 7-1 1984 DOB
Marko Tomas, Zagreb (Croatia)- 6-6 1985 DOB
Caio Torres, Rayet Guadalajara (Spain)- 6-11 1987 DOB
Konstantinos Vasileiadis, PAOK (Greece)- 6-6 1984 DOB
Panagiotis Vasilopoulos, PAOK (Greece)- 6-8 1984 DOB
Marcus Vieira de Souza, Premiata Montegranaro (Italy)- 6-9 1984 DOB

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