The NBA high school draftees are players who have been drafted to the National
Basketball Association (NBA) straight out of high school without playing ... have
to play at least a year in college ba...
Will Amir Johnson forever be the last high school player selected in the NBA Draft
? ... The Scoop: Kobe was academically qualified out of high school and would ...
Jul 20, 2015 ... NBA: The 7 Best Players Straight From High School ... into one of those rare two-
way centers who can dominate on both ends of the floor. ... Stars in 1974 after he
was drafted out of Petersburg High School as a 19-year-old.
Jun 24, 2015 ... Ranking All 41 NBA Players Who Went Pro Straight Out of High School. By ...
NBAlogo-2. There have been 41 high school draftees in the NBA Draft who have
gone to play in the Association. ... Those players will not be listed.
Apr 10, 2012 ... Though the NBA has put an (possibly temporary) end to the drafting of high
school players, there was a time not long ago when this was ...
List of NBA High School Draft Picks ... This is a list about those players who went
into NBA straight out of high school. ... According to the 2005 CBA (Collective
Bargaining Agreement) and the new 2011 agreement no players can declair ...
Apr 13, 2015 ... Enough already: High school stars should be able to go directly to NBA ... The
NBA needs to abolish age requirement and allow young players to pursue their ...
to be out of high school three years to be eligible for the draft.
Jun 10, 2015 ... The NBA's most recent collective bargaining agreement prevents players from
entering the draft right out of high school. ... A player shall be eligible for selection
in the first NBA Draft with respect to which he has satisfied all ...
Apr 1, 2015 ... When considering the following players that appear on this list of high school
draft busts, the position of the draft pick will play a significant role ...
Being 19 and/or one year removed from high school does not provide these
young ... move when Kevin Garnett joined the 1995 NBA Draft right out of high
school. ... So, if a player can get into the NBA and get his first three years behind