Kahlil Whitney Rumors | Basketball Rumors

Kahlil Whitney Rumors | Basketball Rumors

Potential No. 1 Pick LaMelo Ball According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, he’ll be one of the potential customers to take part in the revamped virtual draft combine this week. Ball plans to attend team interviews and media conferences this week, but likely won’t be in any other segments,’s Jeremy Woo warns (via Twitter).

While Ball’s participation may be limited, many of this year’s other top prospects didn’t attend the event at all. As Woo pointed out (via Twitter), Anthony Edwards, James Wiseman, Obitopine, Onyeka Okonwu, Cole Anthony, Aaron Nesmith, Devin Wasserand Sadiq Bay Is one of the players who did not appear on the list of participants sent by the NBA.

In addition to Ball, the list of top prospects who will be attending the event includes Precious Achiuwa, Denis Avdia, Tyrese Halliburton, RJ Hampton, Killian Hayes, Theo Maltonand Isaac Okoro,and many more.

Below is the full list of joint participants through Charania:

  1. Precious AchiuwaF, Memphis
  2. Taishun AlexanderG, Creighton
  3. Denis AvdiaF, Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel)
  4. Udoka AzubukC, Kansas
  5. LaMelo BallG, Illawarra Hawks (Australia)
  6. Desmond BainG, TCU
  7. Taylor BayF, Colorado
  8. Vernon Carey Jr.C, Duke
  9. Jolly ChildsF, Beew
  10. MamadiyakitF, Virginia
  11. Devon DothanG, Kansas
  12. Paul EbuahF, VL Pesaro (Italy)
  13. CJ EllibyF, Washington
  14. Malachi FlynnG, San Diego State University
  15. Trent ForrestG, Florida
  16. Josh Greenunderground, arizona
  17. Ashton HagensG, Kentucky
  18. Tyrese HalliburtonG, Iowa
  19. Josh HallF, Moravian preparation
  20. RJ HamptonG, New Zealand Breakers (New Zealand)
  21. Jaylen HarrisG, Nevada
  22. Killian HayesG, Ratiopharm Ulm (Germany)
  23. Marcus HowardG, Marquette
  24. Elijah HughesG/F, Syracuse
  25. Isaiah JoeG, Arkansas
  26. Mason JonesG, Arkansas
  27. Trey JonesG, Duke
  28. Nathan KnightF/C, William and Mary
  29. Kira LewisG, Alabama
  30. Theo MaltonG, ASVEL (France)
  31. Karim ManeG, Vanier College (Canada)
  32. Nico MannionG, Arizona
  33. Nagy MarshallF, Xavier
  34. Kenyon Martin Jr.F, IMG Academy
  35. SkyramesG, Louisiana State University
  36. Jaden McDanielsF, Washington
  37. Sam MerrillG, Utah
  38. Zeke NagyF, Arizona
  39. Jordan NvoraF, Louisville
  40. Isaac OkoroF, Auburn
  41. Daniel OturuC, Minnesota
  42. Reggie PerryF, Mississippi
  43. Miles PowellG, Seton Hall
  44. Peyton PritchardG, Oregon
  45. Emmanuel QuickleyG, Kentucky
  46. Jamius RamsayG, Texas Tech
  47. Paul ReidF, DePaul
  48. Nick RichardsF/C, Kentucky
  49. Grant RillerG, Charleston
  50. Jay ScrubG, John A. Logan College
  51. Jaylen SmithF, Maryland
  52. Cassius StanleyG, Duke
  53. Lamar StevensF, Pennsylvania State University
  54. Isaiah StewartF/C, Washington
  55. Tyrrell TerryG, Stanford
  56. Xavier TillmanF/C, Michigan
  57. Caleb WessonF/C, Ohio
  58. Caril WhitneyF, Kentucky
  59. Cassius WinstonG, Michigan State University
  60. Robert Woodard IIF, Mississippi

The NBA is unable to hold a typical in-person draft this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the league has organized an alternate draft that will conduct interviews via videoconference as well as produce a “Pro Day” video that will include strength and agility tests, human Measurement and shooting training. Participants will also undergo medical tests and examinations.

For more details on this year’s combine, be sure to check out our full story on the changes.

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