Bucks Draft Workout - 6/10/2015

The Bucks held their first draft workout this morning when six prospects hit the Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin Training Center as the Bucks gear up for the 2015 Draft on June 25th.

Photos of the Workout

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Troran Brown

University of Montevallo (Alabama)

Senior (25 years old)
Hometown: Phoenix, Arizona (Chavez)

  • Played one season at Utah State University-Eastern and one season at South Mountain College before transferring to Montevallo for his final three seasons
  • Became the school’s first player ever to participate in a Reese’s/NABC Division II All-Star Game in 2015, leading all players with 9 assists
  • Named the Peach Belt Conference Player of the Year in each of the last two seasons, as well as the Daktronics Southeast Region Player of the Year in 2014-15, leading the conference in both scoring (19.6) and assists (6.1) per game
  • Led the Falcons to their second consecutive NCAA DII Sweet Sixteen in 2015
  • Scored the most points (1,752) of any three-year player at Montevallo and is the all-time assists leader at both UM and the Peach Belt Conference (574)


Nedim Buza

Spars Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

20 years old
Hometown: Visoko, Bosnia & Herzegovina

  • Early entrant into the 2015 NBA Draft after appearing in 57 games (33 starts) for OKK Spars in Sarajevo, Bosnia, over the past two seasons
  • Participated at the 2015 Nike Hoop Summit as a member of the World Select Team
  • Helped lead his team to the semifinals of the 2015 Bosnia & Herzegovina Cup
  • Won gold at the 2014 FIBA Europe U20 Championship Division B in Sarajevo, Bosnia
  • Named to the Bosnia & Herzegovina National Team in 2014 and made three appearances to help team win its group and qualify for EuroBasket 2015
  • Worked out with the Bucks last summer before withdrawing from the 2014 NBA Draft


Lucas Dias

Phinheiros (Brazil)

19 years old
Hometown: Sao Paulo, Brazil

  • Early entrant into the 2015 NBA Draft after appearing in 105 games (20 starts) for Pinheiros/SKY in Sao Paulo, Brazil since 2011-12
  • Competed at the annual NIKE Global Challenge held in Oregon in 2012 and 2013
  • Named the 2012 Jordan Brand Classic International MVP after posting 18 points, 12 rebounds and 4 blocks
  • Played center on both the U16 and U18 Brazilian National teams at FIBA Juniors in 2011 and 2012, respectively
  • Averaged 13.8 points and 10.2 rebounds for the U16 team and 15.6 points and 8.4 rebounds for the U18 team – all team highs


Alex Marzette

Robert Morris (Ill.)

Senior (22 years old)
Hometown: Racine, Wisconsin (Case)

  • Played one season at the College of Lake County, Volunteer State Community College and Southern Indiana before transferring to Robert Morris (Ill.) for his senior season
  • Selected to the NAIA Division II All-America Honorable Mention team in March, his first NAIA All-America team
  • Named to CCAC All-Conference First Team after leading Robert Morris in scoring (18.1), rebounding (7.1), blocks (2.3) and steals (1.8) per game
  • Set new school records for blocks in a game with 9 vs. Trinity International University on 12/19/14 and in a single season (73)
  • Attended Case High School in Racine, where he was named to the All-Southeast Conference team as a senior in 2011


Aaron Thomas

Florida State

Junior (23 years old)
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH (Brewster Academy)

  • Played parts of three seasons at Florida State and averaged a team-leading 14.9 points per game as a junior

  • Member of two NIT teams including Florida State’s NIT semifinalist team in 2014
  • Earned the Charlie Ward Outstanding Defensive Player and Bob Sura Offensive Player of the Year awards at school’s Honors Banquet in 2014
  • Named an All-ACC Honorable Mention as a sophomore, when he averaged a career-high 14.5 points per game and was named MVP of the Orange Bowl Classic in Seminoles’ win over No. 20 UMass
  • Selected as ACC Rookie of the Week once as a freshman and ACC player of the Week once as a sophomore, becoming one of five Seminole players in school history to be named both during their careers.


Greg Whittington


Junior (22 years old)
Hometown: Columbia, MD (Oakland Mills HS)

  • Played parts of two seasons at Georgetown, appearing in all 33 games as a freshman in 2011-12

  • Scored a collegiate career-high 25 points on 8-of-12 shooting vs. Western Carolina on 12/15/12
  • Named 2010-11 All-Met Player of the Year as a senior at Oakland Mills High School in Columbia, Md., leading the Scorpions to an undefeated regular season (25-0) and Howard County Championship 
  • Amassed 1,000 points in his prep career, scoring at least 14 points in every game with six games of 30+ points as a senior