SACRAMENTO - The Kings will host their sixth group of six players for a predraft workout on Friday, the team announced. With the 2016 NBA Draft just a week away, the plan is for prospects to come through on Saturday and Monday in preparation for next Thursday’s festivities.
1) Ryan Anderson - forward, 6’9”, 234 pounds, Arizona
After three solid seasons at Boston College, Anderson finished off his college career with a successful senior year at Arizona. The 23-year-old power forward averaged 15.3 points and 10.2 rebounds a night Wildcats, but is considered a stretch to go in the second round.
2) Robert Brown - guard, 6’5”, 195 pounds, UAB
Another college transfer, Brown played his first two years at Virginia Tech before finishing his junior and senior seasons at UAB. Brown posted 13.8 points, 3.2 assists and shot 38.0 percent from long range for the Blazers in his final year of eligibility.
3) Tyler Harris - guard, 6’10”, 228 pounds, Auburn
Harris leads the workout in colleges attended. N.C. State, Providence and then a final year at Auburn muddle the stats for this 6-foot-10 power forward. He dropped in 13.9 points and 7.7 rebounds in his lone season with the Tigers. It’s highly unlikely his name is called on draft night.
4) Stefan Jankovic - forward, 6’11”, 235 pounds, Hawaii
After two unsuccessful seasons in Missouri, Jankovic found his stride in his final two years at Hawaii. The combo-forward is an intriguing prospect. He’s got good size and in his final season at Hawaii he managed to score 15.2 points, grab 6.7 rebounds and shoot 37.8 percent from deep in just 24.7 minutes per game.
5) Retin Obasohan - guard, 6’3”, 224 pounds, Alabama
Alabama via Antwerp, Belgium, Obasohan is an undersized two with range. The senior guard developed in his final season with the Crimson Tide, averaging a career-best 17.6 points on 37.2 percent shooting from three.
6) Jamari Traylor - forward, 6’8”, 220 pounds, Kansas
The 23-year-old power forward prospect spent all four seasons at Kansas. While he played in 142 games under Bill Self, he found minutes sparse. In his final year with the Jayhawks, Traylor scored 2.9 points and grabbed 3.3 rebounds in 13.6 minutes per game.