Bucks Draft Workout - 6/11/2015

Some players with local ties highlight Thursday's draft workout. Kevon Looney who played at UCLA is a native of Milwaukee and Matt Carlino played his senior season with the Marquette Golden Eagles.

Photos of the Workout


Prospect Profiles

Matt Carlino

Marquette University

Senior (23 years old)
Hometown: Phoenix, Arizona (Bloomington South)

  • Played for three years at BYU before transferring to Marquette for his fourth season as a graduate student
  • Named to the 2015 All-Big East Second Team after leading the conference in 3-point field goals per game (3.4) and ranking fourth in scoring during conference play (17.2 ppg)
  • Led the Golden Eagles in scoring (15.0 ppg), steals (1.4 spg) and free-throw percentage (.821) last season
  • Named team captain as a junior at BYU in 2013-14 and WCC Honorable Mention after he averaged 13.7 points, and finished second in the conference in steals (61) and fourth in assist-to-turnover ratio (151:70)     
  • Finished his career with the Cougars ranked in the top-10 in school history in steals (6th, 161), 3-point field goals (6th, 157) and assists (7th, 427)


Michael Cobbins

Oklahoma State

Senior (22 years old)
Hometown: Amarillo, Texas (Palo Duro High School)

  • Named All-Big 12 Honorable Mention, Big 12 All-Defensive Team and Second-Team Academic All-Big 12 in 2012-13
  • Shot 50.0 percent or better from the field in three of his four seasons at OSU, including a collegiate-best 58.2 percent (78-of-134) as a senior
  • Became one of just 10 players in school history to record five games with 4+ blocks in a career as a redshirt freshman in 2011-12 and finished career with 159 blocks, good for sixth in school history
  • Tallied career-high 15 points in first game of his senior season against UW-Milwaukee
  • Recorded nine double-digits rebounding games in his career, all coming in Big-12 play


Branden Dawson

Michigan State

23 years old
Hometown: Gary Indiana (Lew Wallace)

  • With two blocks in 2015 Final Four loss to Duke, surpassed Adreian Payne as Michigan State’s all-time blocks leader with 142
  • Finished his career ranked among MSU's all-time leaders in steals (6th, 163), rebounds (7th, 902) and scoring (25th, 1,309 points)
  • Joined Draymond Green and Payne as the only players in Spartans history with 1,000 career points and 100 career blocks
  • Named Most Outstanding Player of the Big Ten Tournament in 2013-14, when he averaged 15.0 points and 7.3 rebounds along with 75.0 percent shooting (21-of-28) from the field
  • Scored a career-high 26 points on 12-of-15 field-goal attempts against Harvard during the third round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament
  • Appeared in all 36 games (35 starts) and did not miss a practice in 2012-13 despite suffering a torn left ACL in the 2011-12 regular-season finale against Ohio State
  • Named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on 1/30/12, becoming the first Spartan honored in the previous two-year history of the award


Kevon Looney


Freshman (19 years old)
Hometown: Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Hamilton High School)

  • Started all 36 games as a freshman last season and averaged 11.6 points and a team-leading 9.2 rebounds per game, which was second in the country among all freshmen (Angel Delgado, Seton Hall, 9.8)
  • Shot 47.0 percent from the field (151-of-326) and a team-high 41.5 percent from 3-point range (22-of-53)
  • Ranked second in the Pac-12 with 15 double-doubles, the highest total among all freshmen in 2014-15, and became UCLA’s first-ever freshman to record at least four double-doubles in his first five games
  • Named to the All-Pac-12 Second Team, the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team, and was among 14 freshmen on the midseason list for the 2015 Integris Wayman Tisdale Award (Freshman of the Year)
  • Earned Pac-12 Player of the Week honors (1/12) after averaging 21.0 points and 13.0 rebounds in home wins over Stanford and California
  • Tallied season-highs of 27 points and 19 rebounds on 1/8/15 against the Cardinal, becoming the first Bruin player to record at least 27 points and 19 rebounds in a game since Ed O’Bannon had 28 points and 19 rebounds on 2/26/94
  • Single-season total of 331 rebounds was the highest single-season total by a Bruin since Kevin Love had 415 as a freshman in 2008
  • Native of Milwaukee who attended Hamilton High School: ranked No. 12 nationally by ESPN.com as a senior in 2013-14, and was named a McDonald’s All American, the Gatorade and AP Player of the Year, and “Mr. Basketball” in the state of Wisconsin 


Jesse Morgan


Senior (24 years old)
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA (Olney High School)

  • Played for three years at UMass before transferring to Temple for his senior season (sat out 2013-14 due to NCAA transfer rules)
  • Named the American Athletic Conference Player of the Week on 12/29 after he averaged 16.0 points in two games, including a 17-point effort in the Owls’ 77-52 victory over No. 10-ranked Kansas
  • Helped lead Temple to the NIT Semifinal in 2014-15, scoring a season-high 20 points in the team’s second round win against George Washington
  • Connected on 4-of-8 shots from 3-point range in his first game as an Owl in a win at Delaware on 12/18/14, scoring 16 points to help Temple hit its most 3-pointers (16) in a game in over 11 years
  • Scored career-high 35 points as a junior at UMass on 12/19/12 vs. Ohio
  • Named First Team All-City selection as a senior at Olney High School (Philadelphia) after averaging 28.0 points per game, the third-best total among city-league players


Seth Tuttle

University of Northern Iowa

Junior (22 years old)
Hometown: Sheffield, Iowa (West Fork HS)

  • Earned NCAA Division I All-America Second Team distinction in 2014-15, becoming UNI's first men's basketball player selected for such honors (AP, NABC, USBWA, The Sporting News, and SI.com)
  • Named the Larry Bird MVC Player of the Year, a Naismith Trophy Semifinalist (1 of 10) and Wooden Award All-American after leading the Panthers in scoring (15.3 ppg), rebounding (6.9 rpg), assists (3.3 apg) and blocks (0.6 bpg) as a senior in 2014-15
  • Participated in the 2015 Reese’s D1 College All-Star Game on 4/3 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis
  • Ended his career as the only UNI player to start every game the team played over a four-year stretch (136 games) and was a seven-time MVC Player of the Week (most in school history)
  • Finished career ranked fourth in school history in scoring (1,747), second in free-throws made (508) and attempted (675), fifth in career field-goal percentage (.576) and sixth in blocks (95)
  • Set a career high with 29 points on 9-of-13 field goals in a 70-54 win over No. 12 Wichita State on 1/31/15