Today’s guard heavy workout featured three players ranked in the Draft Express Top 100 Prospects. Devyn Marble should be a name Badger fans are familiar with as the Senior led the Iowa Hawkeyes in scoring, averaging 17 points per game.

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Billy Baron

Billy Baron

Guard – Canisius – Senior

6’2” – 195 lbs

  • AP Honorable Mention All-America and MAAC Player of the Year choice in 2013-14
  • Scoring average his senior season (24.1 ppg) ranked fourth in the nation
  • Other D-I rankings from the 2013-14 season include: second in minutes (39.0 mpg), seventh in free throws made (220) and 15th in both threes per game (3.15) and free throw percentage (88.4)
  • Also as a senior, selected AP Honorable Mention All-America, MAAC Player of the Year, All-MAAC First Team, MAAC All-Championship Team, Bob Cousy Award finalist, named to NABC and USWBA All-District Team and was MAAC Player of the Week four times
  • Scored career-high 40 points in triple-overtime win at Siena on Feb. 16, 2014
  • Started college career at Virginia before transferring to Rhode Island for his sophomore season and then Canisius for junior and senior years

Geron Johnson

Geron Johnson

Guard – Memphis – Senior

6’3” – 203 lbs

  • Transferred to Memphis for junior and senior seasons after playing freshman and sophomore years at junior colleges: Chipola College (Fla.) in 2010-11 and Garden City Community College (Kan.) in 2011-12
  • As a senior, ranked among American Athletic Conference statistical leaders (overall games) in rebounding (20th), assists (8th) and assist-to-turnover ratio (10th)
  • Named to the All-Conference USA Third team and National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 11 Second Team in 2012-13
  • Earned NCAA Tournament berths in both seasons with the Tigers, advancing to the third round of each
  • Graduated in May 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies

Devyn Marble

Devyn Marble

Guard – Iowa – Senior

6’6” – 200 lbs

  • His 1,694 points scored at Iowa ranks fifth all-time in school history
  • Also ranks sixth all-time in school history with 397 assists, seventh with 176 steals and second with 136 games played
  • Named First Team All-Big Ten as a senior and Third Team All-Big Ten as a junior
  • Led the team in scoring (17.0 ppg) his senior season and was second in assists (3.6 apg)
  • As a junior, ranked first on team in scoring (15.0 ppg) and first in assists (3.0 apg)

Jordan McRae

Jordan McRae

Forward - Tennessee – Senior

6’6” – 185 lbs

  • Ranks 16th all-time in Tennessee history with 1,521 points scored
  • Ranks seventh all-time in the Volunteer annals with 179 3-point field goals made
  • Ranks 13th all-time in school history with 97 shots blocked
  • Named First Team All-SEC as a senior and as a junior
  • Ranked first on the team in scoring and assists in both his senior (18.7 ppg, 2.5 apg) and junior (15.7 ppg and 2.0 apg) seasons

Justin Simmons

Justin Simmons

Guard – Nebraska-Omaha – Senior

6’3” – 190 lbs

  • Named Second Team All-Summit after junior season in 2012-13
  • As a senior averaged 10.2 points, 2.4 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.1 steals per game
  • Finished as the runner up in the 2014 State Farm Dark Horse Dunker competition
  • Ranked fourth in the Summit League in scoring (16.7 ppg), total points (517) and field goals made (196) after his junior year
  • Started collegiate career at Concordia (Wis.), competing in both basketball and track and field
  • Transferred to Butler Community College (Kan.) for one year in 2011-12 before starting at the University of Nevada-Omaha

Kendall Williams

Kendall Williams

Guard – New Mexico – Senior

6’4” – 180 lbs

  • Honors earned while at New Mexico: Named First Team All-Mountain West as a senior; named Mountain West Player of the Year and First Team All-Mountain West as a junior; named Second Team All-Mountain West as a sophomore
  • Bob Cousy Award finalist after junior and senior seasons
  • Second player in New Mexico history to record four consecutive 400-point seasons
  • As a senior, ranked second on team in scoring (16.0 ppg), first in steals (1.6 spg) and first in assists (4.9 apg)
  • Finished time as a Lobo ranked fifth in career scoring (1,813 points), seventh in career 3-pointers made (305), sixth in career 3-pointers attempted (539), third in career assists (617), fourth in career steals (187), first in career free throws made (556), second in career free throws attempted (727) and second in career minutes played (4,450)