SAN ANTONIO, June 22 –- Fifty players who had declared as early entry candidates for NBA Draft 2005 have withdrawn their names from the draft. There are currently 49 collegiate and high school players and 11 international prospects that are early entry candidates.

Here is the list of college and high school players who have withdrawn their names from consideration for NBA Draft 2005:

PLAYER
SCHOOL
HEIGHT
STATUS
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

Here is the list of international players who have withdrawn their names from consideration for NBA Draft 2005:

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

Following is the list of players who remain early entry candidates for NBA Draft 2005, which will be held Tuesday, June 28, at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City:

PLAYER
SCHOOL
HEIGHT
STATUS
Alex Acker
Pepperdine
6-5
Junior
Deji Akindele
Chicago State
7-1
Sophomore
Kelenna Azubuike
Kentucky
6-5
Junior
Sean Banks
Memphis
6-8
Sophomore
Brandon Bass
LSU
6-8
Sophomore
Jermaine Bell
Indian Hills CC (IA)
6-11
Freshman
Andray Blatche
South Kent Prep (CT)
6-11
HS Senior
Andrew Bogut
Utah
7-0
Sophomore
Curtis Brown Jr.
Beach HS (GA)
6-9
HS Senior
Andrew Bynum
St. Joseph’s HS (NJ)
6-11
HS Senior
Ike Diogu
Arizona State
6-8
Junior
Monta Ellis
Lanier HS (MS)
6-3
HS Senior
Olu Famutimi
Arkansas
6-5
Sophomore
Raymond Felton
North Carolina
6-1
Junior
Anderson Ferreira
Chipola JC (FL)
6-8
Sophomore
Francisco Garcia
Louisville
6-7
Junior
John Gilchrist
Maryland
6-3
Junior
Gerald Green
Gulf Shores Academy (TX)
6-8
HS Senior
Jarrett Jack
Georgia Tech
6-3
Junior
Amir Johnson
Westchester HS (CA)
6-10
HS Senior
Dwayne Jones
St. Joseph’s
6-11
Junior
Linas Kleiza
Missouri
6-8
Sophomore
Julius Lamptey
Garden City CC (KS)
7-0
Freshman
Kyle Luckett
South Side HS (IN)
7-0
HS Senior
Darshan Luckey
St. Francis (PA)
6-5
Junior
Sean May
North Carolina
6-8
Junior
Rashad McCants
North Carolina
6-4
Junior
C.J. Miles
Skyline HS (TX)
6-6
HS Senior
J.R. Morris
Seton Hall
6-5
Junior
Randolph Morris
Kentucky
6-10
Freshman
Chris Paul
Wake Forest
6-0
Sophomore
Pierre Pierce
Iowa
6-4
Junior
Shavlik Randolph
Duke
6-10
Junior
Anthony Roberson
Florida
6-1
Junior
Nate Robinson
Washington
5-9
Junior
Ray Rose
Olivet Nazarene (IL)
6-0
Junior
Ricky Sanchez
IMG Academy (FL)
6-10
HS Senior
Chris Taft
Pittsburgh
6-10
Sophomore
Charlie Villanueva
Connecticut
6-10
Sophomore
Tiras Wade
Louisiana-Lafayette
6-6
Junior
Von Wafer
Florida State
6-5
Sophomore
Matt Walsh
Florida
6-6
Junior
Martell Webster
Seattle Prep
6-7
HS Senior
Deron Williams
Illinois
6-4
Junior
Louis Williams
South Gwinnett HS (GA)
6-3
HS Senior
Marvin Williams
North Carolina
6-9
Freshman
Kennedy Winston
Alabama
6-6
Junior
Antoine Wright
Texas A&M
6-7
Junior
Bracey Wright
Indiana
6-4
Junior

The following is the list of international players who have applied for early entry into NBA Draft 2005:

PLAYER
TEAM/COUNTRY
HEIGHT
DOB
Cenk Akyol
Efes Pilsen (Turkey)
6-4
1986
Martynas Andriuskevicius
Zalgiris (Lithuania)
7-2
1986
Marcin Gortat
RheinEnergie Koln (Germany)
7-0
1984
Mile Ilic
Reflex (Serbia-Montenegro)
7-0
1984
Ersan Ilyasova
Ulker (Turkey)
6-9
1987
Yaroslav Korolev
CSKA Moscow (Russia)
6-9
1987
Erazem Lorbek
Climamio Bologna (Italy)
6-10
1984
Ian Mahinmi
Le Havre (France)
6-9
1986
Drago Pasalic
Split (Croatia)
6-10
1984
Johan Petro
Pau Orthez (France)
7-6
1986
Roko Leni Ukic
Split (Croatia)
6-5
1984