The list of the Top 25 prospects from the United States and Canada that were selected in the 2014 NBA Draft is now complete.
The list has now surpassed the first list of 25 released by the U.S. Basketball Association (NBA) in June of last year, and will now move on to the NBA Scouting Combine next week in Indianapolis.
The 25th list of 15 recruits in the 2015 NBA Draft was released on Friday by the NBA on behalf of the NBA Players Association, which is headed by the league’s new commissioner, David Stern.
The NBA’s 15-member committee, comprised of Stern, assistant coaches Adam Silver and Mike Woodson, the league executive vice president of basketball operations Pat Garrity, and the commissioner, Adam Silver, all made the cut.
The list also includes seven players who are now entering their sophomore seasons at their respective schools: freshman point guard Jayson Tatum (Virginia), forward Markelle Fultz (Washington), forward De’Aaron Fox (Washington State), guard Jayslen Brown (Stanford), guard Isaiah Whitehead (UCLA), forward Lauri Markkanen (Minnesota) and guard Ben Simmons (Baylor).
The list of top prospects, ranked by their projected production in their junior and senior seasons, will be announced on Feb. 27 in Chicago.
Here are the top 25 prospects for each position.