The early-entry list for the 2012 NBA Draft was finally officially released on Thursday, and it includes 49 college underclassmen and 17 international prospects. There are no real surprises on the list, as most of the top prospects who did declare for the draft have already said so. Here's a complete list.
The headliners include the five Kentucky products (Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Terrence Jones, Doron Lamb and Marquis Teague), Kansas forward Thomas Robinson, Florida guard Bradley Beal, North Carolina swingman Harrison Barnes and Ohio State big man Jared Sullinger.
Underclassmen have until June 18 to pull out of the draft. However, due to a new NCAA rule, underclassmen that pull out cannot go back and return to college. That means that, barring a major surprise, the 49 underclassmen that have declared for the draft will all stay in the field.
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