Lakers Draft Workouts: June 12, 2017
The Lakers continued their in-person evaluation of college prospects on Monday, as a pair of 7-footers, two Kentucky Wildcats, a top sharpshooter and a rebounding savant visited El Segundo.
Torian Graham | SG | Arizona State | 6’5 | 195 | Sr.
A scorcher from deep, Graham left an impact on the Pac-12 by ranking second in the conference in scoring (18.6), 3-point percentage (38.7) and 3-pointers (108). Liable to catch fire at any moment, he ended his collegiate career with 32 points and seven 3-pointers against Oregon in the Pac-12 Tournament.
Isaac Humphries | C | Kentucky | 7’0 | 255 | So.
On a roster full of future NBA talents, Humphries came off the bench for 8.3 minutes per game, providing 2.8 points and 2.8 rebounds. He made a huge efficiency leap this year, shooting 51.1 percent from the field — a 12.1 percent leap from his freshman season.
"I think I can stretch out a little bit and create space for guys," Humphries said. "I can finish at the rim and I like to bang around in the post as well. ... I've been adjusting my game to step out a bit more."
Wesley Iwundu | SG | Kansas State | 6’7 | 205 | Sr.
Versatile on the wing, Iwundu put up 13.0 points a night while ranking seventh in the Big 12 in assists (3.7) and ninth in rebounds (6.3). Though his shooting range needs work, he did hit a solid 52.0 percent from two-point territory.
"I'm a very position-less guy," Iwundu said. "Very versatile; can guard one through three. ... I like to say [I'm like] Kent Bazemore, Andre Iguodala — guys that just affect the game in so many ways without scoring. I feel like that's my type of game."
Luke Kornet | PF/C | Vanderbilt | 7’0 | 250 | Sr.
A two-tie SEC All-Defensive Team honoree, Kornet ranked third in the entire country in blocks this season (3.0) and left Vanderbilt as the school's all-time leader in swats (210). On the other end, he provided some spacing by hitting 150 career 3-pointers — the most by a 7-footer in NCAA history.
Ben Moore | PF | SMU | 6’8 | 220 | Sr.
Moore was an integral part of a successful era at SMU, tallying the second-most wins in program history (108). His biggest asset was on the boards, where he averaged the AAC's fifth-most rebounds (7.8) while putting up 11.5 points and 2.4 assists.
Rodney Pryor | SG | Georgetown | 6’5 | 205 | Sr.
Winner of the 2017 College Slam Dunk Contest, Pryor did most of his damage far from the hoop, hitting the Big East's second-best 3-point percentage (41.4) and its third-most triples (84). His sweet shooting and highlight slams made for plenty of buckets, as he scored the conference's fourth-most points per game (18.0).
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