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Enjoy Your Night Of Watching Other People Be Drafted

This young man is Kendaris Pelton, a part-time player for Mississippi State Southern Mississippi. And by part-time, we mean that he played in seven games. And he has declared for the NBA Draft.

Every year, we feel bad for the poor souls who declare themselves eligible for the Draft with eligibility remaining and then aren't drafted; their careers are over — hope you like Spain! — when they didn't have to be. The Feed looks at this year's likely candidates.

R. Earl Johnson, Clinton Junior College
The first time the name Robert Earl Johnson ever crossed our eyes was when we took a look at the list of early entry candidates for the NBA Draft. He only played 10 games with Clinton and averaged 11 points in those contests, hardly numbers that will set NBA team hearts aflutter. For further analysis we turn to Gary Parrish of CBS Sportsline - "I've heard of Robert Johnson and Robert Earl Keen. But I've never heard of Robert Earl Johnson, which probably isn't a good sign."


You thought Brady Quinn's draft experience was bad? Please.

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