The Warriors signed free agent point guard Aaron Craft two weeks ago.
The 23-year old averaged 7.4 points, 2.4 assists and 2.6 steals for the Warriors at NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.
Over four seasons at Ohio State, Aaron Craft started 112 games, including all 111 contests over his sophomore, junior and senior seasons.
He played the most minutes in Big 10 history, was named the NABC and Big 10 Defensive Player of the Year last season, and is the conference's all-time leader in steals per game.
"Aaron is really intriguing to me," Warriors head coach Steve Kerr told KNBR 680-AM on Wednesday morning. "The guy is an absolute winner, a great defensive player, electric with his energy and his competitive desire."
He did a lot of things very well as a Buckeye, but the one area of his game that needs improvement is his jump shot.
He shot 30% from 3-point territory as a junior and 30.2% as a senior.
"He had a broken jump shot at Ohio State," Kerr said. "He still managed to hit game-winning shots because he's a winner and he would kind of will the ball in.
"But Bruce Fraser, one of the guys on our staff, is working hard with Aaron every day. And the shot has improved dramatically.
"I think Aaron has a chance to be an NBA player for a long time. I really do. We know he's going to put the work in and he'll get his chance, so we'll see how he does."