That is a wrong answer!!!! Darrell Dawkins was the first person to enter the NBA from High School!!
Moses Malone was the first person to go from high school to the ABA!!
Actually, Reggie Harding was the first player to go from high school to the NBA. Reggie was drafted in 1962 by the Detroit Pistons. In 1962 "Chocolate Thunder" was 5 years old and Moses Malone was 7 years old.
Reggie Harding was supposed to be the first player to go from high school to the NBA but when he was drafted the NBA rules was that you must wait until one year after you high school class graduated so Reggie had to play Minor Basketball League. Darryl Dawkins was the first person to enter the NBA from High School. Darryl was drafted in the 1975 draft. He was 18 years old.
The first white American player to come right out of high school to play in the NBA was Robert Swift, who came out of Bakersfield High School in Bakersfield, California, in 2004.
No, you can not go straight from high school to medical school. First you have to get a BS or BA degree, usually with an emphasis on basic sciences. Then you can attend medical school.
There is a limit rule.
He did not. He went straight to the major leagues from high school.
If you mean straight from high school then no.
Reggie Harding was selected by the Detroit Pistons Detroit Pistons in the fourth round of the 1962 NBA Draft to become the first every NBA player to come straight out of high school.Moses Malone
It's hard to understand the question, but I think Andrew Bynum is the last player to come straight out of high school, straight to the NBA. I know Andrew is the youngest, and he came to the NBA after Lebron.
As of 2014, there has never been a high school football player to be drafted into the NFL. The NFL only drafts players that have been out of high school for 3 years or longer.
For the 2009-2010 season, ESPN has Perry Jones out of Duncanville High School ranked as the #9 high school player in the nation, the first from Texas.