The 2005 draft was the last to feature players jumping directly from high school to the NBA, and as time goes by, there are fewer of those players remaining in the league. The NBA, since 2006, has required high schoolers to wait at least a year after their class graduates before entering the draft, sending would-be draftees to the college ranks and a few, like Brandon Jennings, to professional leagues oversees.
There are still about two dozen players currently on NBA rosters who had no college or international experience prior to being drafted. That contingent includes the man who started a decade-long influx of high school players, Kevin Garnett, the fifth overall pick out of Farragut Career Academy in 1995. Most of these players are doing well financially, though the list obviously doesn't include those who washed out of the league early in their careers. All the remaining preps-to-pros are listed by team below, along with the draft statuses and their 2012/13 salaries in parentheses.
DeSagana Diop, drafted eighth overall in 2001 ($7.372MM)
Monta Ellis, drafted 40th overall in 2005 ($11MM)
C.J. Miles, drafted 34th overall in 2005 ($2.225MM)
Kevin Garnett, drafted fifth overall in 1995 ($11.566MM)
Al Jefferson, drafted 15th overall in 2004 ($15MM)
Travis Outlaw, drafted 23rd overall in 2003 ($3MM)
Al Harrington, drafted 25th overall in 1998 ($6.687MM)
Tyson Chandler, drafted second overall in 2001 ($13.604MM)
Gerald Green, drafted 18th overall in 2005 ($3.5MM)
Amir Johnson, drafted 56th overall in 2005 ($6.05MM)
Shaun Livingston, drafted fourth overall in 2004 ($3.5MM)
Kendrick Perkins, drafted 27th overall in 2003 ($8.301MM)
Martell Webster, drafted sixth overall in 2005 ($1.75MM)
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