Chicago pre-draft camp primer

Workouts have begun at the Chicago pre-draft camp, and you can count on at least two players from this combine becoming Cavaliers next season. And with four total draft picks, there will likely be more.

Not everyone is participating in the workouts, however. That includes Duke point guard and expected top pick Kyrie Irving. He will get medical tests but is skipping the on-court drills, his agent said.

Irving is represented by Jeffrey Wechsler, whose clients include former Cavs swingmen Darius Miles and Larry Hughes.

Most of the names you will hear called in the draft lottery in June are taking part in the workouts. Also, Ohio standouts such as Ohio State swingman David Lighty and Cleveland State guard Norris Cole will be there.

The complete list of participants is below. It may be updated, and if so, I’ll add notes right here, in my blog. Keep following FOX Sports Ohio for continuing coverage of pre-draft stuff, all day, every day.

Chicago Pre-Draft Camp Participant List

Keith Benson, Oakland; Marshon Brooks, Providence; Alec Burks, Colorado; Jimmy Butler, Marquette; Norris Cole, Cleveland State; Kenneth Faried, Morehead State; Jimmer Fredette, Brigham Young.

Andrew Goudelock, College of Charleston; Jordan Hamilton, Texas; Ben Hansbrough, Notre Dame; Justin Harper, Richmond; Tobias Harris, Tennessee; Tyler Honeycutt, UCLA; Scotty Hopson, Tennessee; Kyrie Irving, Duke.

Rick Jackson, Syracuse; Charles Jenkins, Hofstra; JaJuan Johnson, Purdue; Cory Joseph, Texas; Enes Kanter, Kentucky; Brandon Knight, Kentucky; Malcolm Lee, UCLA; Kawhi Leonard, San Diego State.

Travis Leslie, Georgia; Jon Leuer, Wisconsin; DeAndre Liggins, Kentucky; David Lighty, Ohio State; Shelvin Mack, Butler; Demetri McCamey, Illinois; E’Twaun Moore, Purdue; Darius Morris, Michigan; Marcus Morris, Kansas; Markieff Morris Kansas.

Lucas Riva, Nogueira Estudiantes II (Spain); Chandler Parsons, Florida; Jereme Richmond, Illinois; Josh Selby, Kansas; Iman Shumpert, Georgia Tech; Kyle Singler, Duke; Chris Singleton, Florida State; Jamie Skeen, Virginia Commonwealth; Greg Smith, Fresno State; Nolan Smith, Duke.

Isaiah Thomas, Washington; Malcolm Thomas, San Diego State; Trey Thompkins, Georgia; Klay Thompson, Washington State; Tristan Thompson, Texas; Jeremy Tyler, San Diego HS/Maccabi Haifa (Israel)/Tokyo Apache (Japan); Nikola Vucevic, Southern California

Kemba Walker, Connecticut; Derrick Williams, Arizona; Jordan Williams, Maryland.