Underclassmen in 1999-2000 NBA Draft

Twenty-three division I players (11 juniors, 9 sophomores and 3 freshmen), 2 high school seniors, 2 junior college players, 1 division II junior and 1 NAIA junior forfeited the remainder of their college eligibility and declared for the 2000 NBA Draft which took place at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minn. on June 28.

Players are listed in alphabetical order; first round selections in bold type, high school players in italics.

  Cl Drafted by Overall
Erick Barkley, St. John's So. Portland 28
E. Brown, Indian Hills (Iowa) CC So. Miami 52
Schea Cotton, Alabama So. Not drafted
Jamal Crawford, Michigan Fr. Cleveland 8
Joshua Cross, S. Illinois Jr. Not drafted
Kaniel Dickens, Idaho Jr. Utah 50
Keyon Dooling, Missouri So. Orlando 10
Khalid El-Amin, UConn Jr. Chicago 34
Steve Eldridge, Henderson St. Jr. Not drafted
Marcus Fizer, Iowa St. Jr. Chicago 4
Donnell Harvey, Florida Fr. New York 22
Cory Hightower, Indian Hills CC So. San Antonio 54
R. Hines, Tex. A&M-Corp. Christi Jr. Not drafted
Jimmie Hunter, Life (Ga.) So. Not drafted
DerMarr Johnson, Cincinnati Fr. Atlanta 6
Mark Karcher, Temple Jr. Philadelphia 48
Andre Mahorn, Utah St. Jr. Not drafted
Paul McPherson, DePaul Jr. Not drafted
Chris Mihm, Texas Jr. Chicago 7
Darius Miles, East St. Louis, Ill. HS LA Clippers 3
Mike Miller, Florida So. Orlando 5
Jerome Moiso, UCLA So. Boston 11
Joel Przybilla, Minnesota So. Houston 9
Michael Redd, Ohio St. Jr. Milwaukee 43
Quentin Richardson, DePaul So. LA Clippers 18
JaRon Rush, UCLA So. Not drafted
DeShawn Stevenson, Fresno HS Utah 23
Stromile Swift, LSU So. Vancouver 2
Derrick Worrell, Pittsburgh Jr. Not drafted
Note: Jason Kapono (UCLA), D.A. Layne (Georgia), Brian Merriweather (Texas-PanAm), Jeryl Sasser (SMU), Kenny Satterfield (Cincinnati), Karim Shabazz (Providence) and Joe White (Texas A&M) declared for the draft and then withdrew their names before the June 21 deadline.


NCAA Men's Division I Leaders 1999-2000 Season High School Players to enter NBA