noun (plural underclassmen)
A student in high school or college who is not a senior: one of the talented underclassmen leaving campus life early for the NFL
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- As high school seniors and college underclassmen enter the draft in increasing numbers, NBA teams are changing their approach.
- Regardless, in coming years more and more of the league will be made up of foreigners, high-school seniors, and underclassmen.
- It made it sound a little bit cooler to be down there to all the underclassmen and seniors not doing the dual-credit stuff.
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