Lakers Draft Workouts: Harrison, Hanlan, Jefferson, Holmes, Mickey

collage(4)The Los Angles Lakers worked out Olivier Hanlan, Aaron Harrison, Rondae Holis-Jefferson, Jonanthan Holmes, Cady Lalanne and Jordan Mickey on Monday morning.

Hanlan is a 6’3 1/4″ guard out of Boston College who received First Team All-ACC and Associated Press Honorable Mention honors following his junior season.

Harrison (6’4 1/2″) spent two years as a guard at the University of Kentucky and was named to the 2015 All-SEC Second Team following his sophomore season.

— Have you seen the ‘Bleed Purple and Gold’ phone case? —

Hollis-Jefferson, a 6’5 1/2″ small forward is known for being a great defender and spent two years at the University of Arizona. Holmes (6’8 1/4″ F) spent all four seasons at the University of Texas and was All-Big 12 Honorable Mention last season.

Lalanne, a 6’10” power forward, spent all four years at the University of Masachusetts, receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in sociology.

Mickey garnered All-SEC First Team as selected by coaches, AP All-SEC First Team, All-SEC Defensive Team, and All-District NABC team as a sophomore.

Check out all of their interviews below:

Olivier Hanlan (G, Boston College)


Aaron Harrison (G, Kentucky)


Rondae Holis-Jefferson (G/F, Arizona)


Jonanthan Holmes (F, Texas)


Cady Lalanne (PF, UMASS)


Jordan Mickey (PF, LSU)

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