Hornets NBA Pre-Draft Workouts – June 19

In preparation for the 2022 NBA Draft on June 23, the Charlotte Hornets hosted a pre-draft workout on Sunday, June 19 featuring the following players:

  • Jules Bernard (G, UCLA)
  • This senior (6-6, 205) closed out his career at UCLA by averaging 12.8 points on 41.9% shooting, 4.7 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.0 steal in 35 appearances (34 starts) this past season. Originally from Los Angeles, Bernard helped lead the Bruins to the Final Four last year for the first time since 2008 and received 2022 All-Pac 12 Tournament honors.
  • Nysier Brooks (C, Ole Miss)
  • Brooks (7-0, 245) put up 9.8 points on 58.1% shooting, 7.3 rebounds (eighth in the SEC) and 1.2 blocks (sixth in the SEC) in 32 starts this past season as graduate student at Ole Miss. He began his collegiate career at Cincinnati (2016-19) before transferring to the University of Miami (2019-21; redshirted the 2019-20 season) and then Ole Miss.
  • Terrell Brown Jr. (G, Washington)
  • Brown (6-3, 185) averaged 21.7 points (first in the Pac-12 and seventh in Division I) on 45.2% shooting, 4.2 rebounds, 4.3 assists (fourth in the Pac-12) and 2.2 steals (first in the Pac-12) in 32 starts this past season for Washington, leading to First-Team All-Pac-12 honors. He has also played at Shoreline Community College in Washington (2017-18), Seattle University (2018-20), Arizona (2021-22) and is a two-time All-Western Athletic Conference selection (2019-20).
  • Josh Carlton (F, Houston)
  • This fifth-year player (6-11, 240) averaged a career-high 11.6 points on 62.6% shooting, 6.2 rebounds (fifth in the AAC) and 1.2 blocks (seventh in the AAC) in 38 outings (28 starts) this past season for Houston, good enough for First-Team All-American Athletic Conference honors. Carlton spent his first four seasons at UConn (2017-21), where he was the AAC’s Most Improved Player in 2019.
  • Dereon Seabron (G, NC State)
  • Seabron (6-7, 180) finished his sophomore season with averages of 17.3 points (fifth in the ACC) on 49.1% shooting, 8.2 rebounds (second in the ACC), 3.2 assists and 1.4 steals across 32 starts for the Wolfpack. After redshirting his freshman year in 2019-20, Seabron closed out his collegiate career by garnering Second-Team All-ACC honors and was also recently named the ACC Most Improved Player in 2022.
  • Ben Shungu (G, Vermont)
  • Shungu (6-2, 200) averaged a career-high 16.3 points (third in the America East Conference) on 52.3% shooting – 41.4% from 3-point range (65-of-157; third in the AEC in 3-pointers made) – 4.6 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.2 steals (seventh in the AEC) in 34 starts this past season as a fifth-year player. The Burlington, VT native is a two-time All-AEC selection, the 2020 AEC Defensive Player of the Year and a member of five AEC Regular Season Championship teams and two NCAA Tournament teams (2019 and 2022).