Bucks Draft Workout - 6/16/2015

Three prospects in ESPN's top 25 were in Milwaukee Tuesday morning for a draft workout.

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Prospect Profiles

Justin Anderson


Junior (21 years old)
Hometown: Fredericksburg, Virginia (Montrose Christian HS)

  • Named All-ACC Second Team by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and ACC coaches, and NABC All-American Third Team in 2014-15 after he averaged collegiate highs in points (12.2), rebounds (4.0), minutes (27.8), free-throw percentage (.780), field-goal percentage (.466) and 3-point shooting (.452)
  • ACC Co-Player of the Week on 12/9/14 with Notre Dame’s Jerian Grant after he averaged 18.5 points and 7.0 rebounds in road wins at No. 21 Maryland and Virginia Commonwealth
  • Named Sixth Man of the Year in 2013-14 by the ACSMA
  • Named ACC Rookie of the Week on 2/11/13 after averaging 15.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.5 steals on 11-of-16 (.688) shooting in wins over Clemson and Maryland
  • Established career highs in points (24) and 3-pointers made (5), and tied a career best with 5 blocked shots, vs. Iowa on 3/27/13 in NIT quarterfinals
  • Selected as the 2012 Gatorade Boys Basketball Player of the Year in Maryland after he averaged 17.8 points, 4.7 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 1.8 steals and 1.6 blocks as a senior


Rondae Hollis-Jefferson


Sophomore (20 years old)
Hometown: Chester, Pennsylvania (Chester)

  • Received First-Team All-Pac 12, Pac-12 All-Defensive Team, NCAA West Region All-Tournament Team and Pac-12 All-Tournament Team honors as a sophomore in 2015
  • Averaged 14.0 points and 7.5 rebounds while shooting 78.6 percent (22-of-28) from the line in NCAA Tournament play as the Wildcats made their second straight Elite Eight appearance
  • Led Arizona in rebounds and blocks 15 times while posting team highs in dunks (43) and  double-doubles (four) in 38 games
  • Selected as the Pac-12 Player of the Week on 2/16/15 after averaging 17.0 points, 9.5 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.5 steals in road wins over Washington and Washington State
  • Named to the EA Sports Maui Invitational All-Tournament Team after averaging 11.7 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.0 blocks, helping lead the Wildcats over No. 15 San Diego State (61-59) in the title game
  • Invited to USA Basketball’s U19 World Championship team trials in 2013 and competed at the 2013 Nike Hoops Summit as part of the USA Junior National Select Team


R.J. Hunter

Georgia State

Junior (21 years old)
Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana (Pike)

  • Team captain for sophomore and junior seasons, and last year averaged a team-high 19.7 points while leading Georgia State to a Sun Belt Conference championship and its first NCAA Tournament berth since 2001
  • Hit the game-winning 30-foot 3-pointer with 2.7 seconds remaining in the No. 14-seed Panthers’ dramatic 57-56 opening-game win over No. 3 Baylor on 3/19/15
  • Named 2015 AP All-America Honorable Mention, a finalist for the Lou Henson Award (top mid-major player) and earned Sun Belt Player of the Year honors in consecutive seasons, becoming just the fourth player in the history of the conference to win the award in back-to-back years
  • Finished three-year career as the school’s all-time leader in points (1,819), free throws made (448), free-throw percentage (.853), 3-pointers made (253), 3-pointers attempted (715) and field-goal attempts (1,321)
  • Scored a career-high 41 points at Texas-San Antonio on 12/22/13, including a school-record 12 triples, which were the most in the country during 2013-14 and reset his own Sun Belt Conference record for most 3-pointers in a game (prev. 10, 2/2/13 vs. Old Dominion)
  • In 2012-13, earned Kyle Macy Freshman All-America honors as the most prolific freshman scorer in program history with a record 527 points (17.0 average), and was named CAA Rookie of the Week six times (school joined Sun Belt in 2013-14 season)


Derrick Marks

Boise State

Senior (21 years old)
Hometown: Joliet, Illinois (Plainfield Central HS)

  • Named AP Honorable Mention All-America and Mountain West Player of the Year last season, becoming the fourth Boise State player to win the award (first since Roberto Bergersen, 1999) 
  • Averaged 19.4 points per game, which tied for the fifth-highest single-season scoring average by a Bronco, while leading Boise State to its first Mountain West regular season title in school history (25-8 overall, 14-4 in conference)
  • Led school to its second NCAA Tournament appearance in past three seasons, becoming one of three Broncos all-time to start two NCAA Tournament games
  • Finished with 1,912 career points in 127 games (109 starts), which ranks No. 3 all-time in school history and fourth on the Mountain West all-time scoring list, including a school-record 10 30-point games (career high 39 vs. Idaho, 11/27/13)
  • Selected as Mountain West Player of the Week a league-high four times in 2014-15 (eight career), with three of those coming during conference play


Royce O'Neale


Senior (22 years old)
Hometown: Killeen, Texas (Harker Heights)

  • Played for two seasons at the University of Denver before transferring to Baylor for his last two seasons
  • Started his final 64 games after coming off bench in his first seven contests during junior season at Baylor
  • Shot 50.4 percent from the field and 44.4 percent from beyond the arc as a Bear, pouring in a career-high 23 points on 7-of-9 shooting from the floor (5-of-6 from 3-point range) on 12/30/14 vs. Norfolk State
  • Named Third-Team All-WAC as a sophomore at Denver after starting all 32 games for a squad that went 22-10 and shared the Western Athletic Conference regular-season title with a 16-2 record
  • Set school records for single-game scoring (39 points) and rebounding (21), as well as rebounds in a season (364), at Harker Heights High School in Killeen, Texas


Terran Petteway


Junior (22 years old)
Hometown: Galveston, Texas (Ball High School)

  • Played for one year at Texas Tech and appeared in 28 games (11 starts) before transferring to Nebraska for his final two seasons
  • Named a Third-Team All-Big Ten pick in 2014-15 after he finished with the fourth-highest scoring average in the Big Ten (18.2 ppg)
  • His 18.1 career scoring average at Nebraska ranks second in program history
  • Selected as Nebraska’s first unanimous All-Big Ten selection since 1999 after he finished as the conference scoring champion (18.1 ppg, the school’s first in over 60 years), to go along with 4.8 rebounds and 1.6 assists as a sophomore in 2013-14
  • Averaged 18.6 points and 5.1 rebounds per game in Big Ten play in 2013-14, becoming the first Husker since Andre Smith in 1980-81 to lead the conference in scoring during league play
  • Scored a career-high 35 points vs. Minnesota on 1/26/14, the most by a Husker since 2007, and tallied his first career double-double (20 pts/career-high 12 reb) against Iowa on 12/31/13