2010 NBA Draft Entry: Staying or Going?

    
May 18th, 2010
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2010 NBA Draft early entries. Players had until April 25th to declare for the 2010 NBA Draft, and then until May 8th to return to college if they so pleased. (International players have until June 14th to decide). Some of the following players are no-brainer NBA pros, while others leave you wondering..

 

 

Entered the Draft: College

 

Solomon Alabi - Florida State Center 7-1 Sophomore

Cole Aldrich - Kansas Center 6-11 260 Junior
Al-Farouq Aminu - Wake Forest Forward 6-9 215 Sophomore
James Anderson - Oklahoma State Guard 6-6 195 Junior

Luke Babbitt - Nevada Forward 6-9 Sophomore

Armon Bassett - Ohio Guard 6-1 Junior

Eric Bledsoe - Kentucky Guard 6-1 Freshman

Dee Bost - Mississippi St Guard 6-2 Sophomore
Craig Brackins - Iowa State Forward 6-9 230 Junior

Avery Bradley - Texas Guard 6-3 Freshman
Derrick Caracter - UTEP Forward 6-9 260 Junior
DeMarcus Cousins - Kentucky Forward 6-11 Freshman

Jordan Crawford - Xavier Guard 6-4 Sophomore

Ed Davis - North Carolina Forward 8-10 Sophomore

Devin Ebanks - West Virginia Forward 6-9 Sophomore

Derrick Favors - Georgia Tech Forward 6-10 Freshman

Courtney Fortson - Arkansas Guard 5-11 Sophomore
Tiny Gallon - Oklahoma Forward 6-9 Freshman
Charles Garcia - Seattle Forward 6-10 225 Junior
Paul George - Fresno State Forward 6-7 190 Sophomore
Manny Harris - Michigan Guard 6-5 180 Junior

Gordon Hayward - Butler Guard 6-8 Sophomore
Xavier Henry - Kansas Guard 6-6 Freshman

Darington Hobson - New Mexico Guard 6-7 Junior

Armon Johnson - Nevada Guard 6-3 Junior

Wesley Johnson - Syracuse Forward 6-7 Junior

Dominique Jones - South Florida Guard 6-4 190 Junior

Mac Koshwal - DePaul Forward 6-10 Junior
Sylvan Landesberg - Virginia Guard 6-6 195 Sophomore

Gani Lawal - Georgia Tech Forward 6-9 Junior
Tommy Mason-Griffin - Oklahoma Guard 5-11 200 Freshman

Elijah Millsap - UAB Forward 6-6 Junior

Greg Monroe - Georgetown Center 6-11 Sophomore

AJ Ogilvy - Vanderbilt Center 6-11 Junior
Daniel Orton - Kentucky Forward 6-10 240 Freshman
Patrick Patterson - Kentucky Forward 6-9 Junior

Eniel Polynice - Ole Miss Guard 6-5 Junior

Larry Sanders - VCU Forward 6-11 Junior
Samardo Samuels - Louisville Forward 6-9 Sophomore

Lance Stephenson - Cincinnati Forward 6-7 Freshman

Evan Turner - Ohio St 6-7 Guard Junior

Ekpe Udoh - Baylor Forward 6-10 Junior

John Wall - Kentucky Guard 6-4 Freshman

Willie Warren - Oklahoma Guard 6-4 Sophomore

CJ Webster - San Jose St Forward 6-9 Junior

Terrico White - Ole Miss Guard 6-5 Sophomore

Hassan Whiteside - Marshall Center 7-0 235 Freshman

Elliot Williams - Memphis Guard 6-4 Sophomore
Jahmar Young - New Mexico State Guard 6-5 190 Junior

 

Entered the Draft: International

Pablo Aguilar - Granada (Spain)
Andrew Albicy - Paris-Levallois (France)
Robin Benzing - Ratiopharm Ulm (Germany)
Stefan Bircevic - Metalac (Serbia)
Bojan Bogdanovic - Cibona (Croatia)
Sarra Camara - Le Havre (France)
Antoine Diot - Le Mans (France)
Bangaly Fofana - ASVEL (France)
Miralem Halilovic - Sloboda Dita (Bosnia)
Thomas Heurtel - Strasbourg (France)
Edwin Jackson - Rouen (France)
Dusan Korac - Centar (Montenegro)
Mindaugas Kuzminskas - Siauliai (Lithuania)
Luc Louves - Maurienne (France)
Uros Lukovic - Radnicki Basket (Serbia)
Donatas Motiejunas - Benetton Treviso (Italy)
Tomasz Nowakowski - Luka Koper (Slovenia)
Tibor Pleiss - Brose Baskets (Germany)
Xavier Rabaseda - FC Barcelona (Spain)
Fernando Raposo - Pau Orthez (France)
Ryan Richards - Gran Canaria (Spain)
Kevin Seraphin - Cholet (France)
Semen Shashkov - Ural Ekaterinburg (Russia)