The Los Angeles Lakers continued their 2017 NBA pre-draft workouts on Monday morning with Rodney Pryor, Torian Graham, Isaac Humphries, Wesley Iwundu, Luke Kornet and Ben Moore, all of which are projected to either get drafted late in the second-round or go undrafted.
Iwundu (forward, 6’7, 205 lbs., Kansas St.) closed out his career after four years with the Wildcats with back-to-back third team All-Big 12 selections and quite a resume of school records. Iwundu became the first Wildcat in school history to record at least 1,000 points, 500 rebounds, 300 assists and 100 steals in a career and holds the school record for career starts with 124 (132 total games) and finished third all-time in total minutes played.
Humphries (forward, 7’0, 255 lbs., Kentucky) appeared in 61 games, and just two starts, over his two year career at Kentucky. Playing alongside De’Aaron Fox, Humphries sheds light on what it was like to be his teammate.
Rodney Pryor (guard 6’5, 205 lbs., Georgetown) played two seasons at Robert Morris before transferring to Georgetown. In his lone season with the Hoyas, Pryor averaged 18.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.3 assists.
Graham (guard, 6’5, 195 lbs., Arizona St.) led the Pac-12 in conference game scoring, averaging 18.6 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game in his senior season at Arizona State.
Kornet (forward, 7’1, 250 lbs., Vanderbilt) was First Team All-SEC, All-SEC Defensive Team and SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year at Vanderbilt. After four years at Vanderbilt, Kornet finished as the schools all-time leader in blocked shots (210) and the all-time NCAA career leader in three-pointers made by a seven-footer (150, 32.0%).
Ben Moore (forward , 6’8, 220 lbs., SMU) spent all four seasons with the Mustangs, earning All-ACC Second Team, NABC All-District 25 Second Team and Reese’s College All-Star Game honors in 2017.
Check out our video above for a sneak peak into the workouts and the videos below for our individual interviews.