NBA draft prospects hit Minnesota

NBA draft prospects hit Minnesota

Published May. 23, 2011 12:19 p.m. ET

The NBA pre-draft combine in Chicago has ended (more on that coming later on FOX Sports Ohio), and general managers and scouts have now taken their talents to Minneapolis.

That’s because the Timberwolves, owners of the No. 2 overall pick, are holding two days of group workouts. Many of the prospects in attendance are expected to be drafted in either the late first or early-second rounds. It should also be noted that individual workouts get serious this week, with most teams bringing in players who may fall into their draft range.

Below is the list of players expected to participate in Minneapolis.

Monday, May 23
Keith Benson, F-C, Oakland
Marshon Brooks, G-F, Providence
Tyler Honeycutt, F, UCLA
Reggie Jackson, G, Boston College
Cory Joseph, G, Texas
Malcolm Lee, G, UCLA John Leuer, F, Wisconsin
Shelvin Mack, G, Butler
E'Twaun Moore, G, Purdue
Jereme Richmond, F, Illinois
Nikola Vucevic, F, USC
Jordan Williams, F, Maryland

Tuesday, May 24
Mike Dunigan, C, Oregon
Ben Hansbrough, G, Notre Dame
Justin Holiday, F, Washington
JaJuan Johnson, F-C, Purdue
Travis Leslie, G, Georgia
Kalin Lucas, G, Michigan St.
Darius Morris, G, Michigan
Markieff Morris, F, Kansas
Chandler Parsons, F, Florida
Josh Selby, G, Kansas
Jamie Skeen, F, Virginia Commonwealth