The Los Angeles Lakers worked out Travis Trice, Quinn Cook, Treveon Graham, Vince Hunter, Branden Dawson and Aaron White on Monday morning in preparation for the 2015 NBA Draft.
Trice spent four years at Michigan State, finishing his career tied for fifth in MSU history in three-pointers made and attempted. The 6’0″ guard was also voted Team MVP by his teammates in 2015. Cook won the 2015 NCAA men’s basketball national championship with Duke in 2015, teammate of top prospect Jahlil Okafor. The 6’0 1/4″ guard also garnered Second-Team All-American honors from TSN and Second-Team All-ACC acclaim as a senior.
Graham (6’4″ G/F) spent four years at Virginia Commonwealth and was named the 2015 Atlantic 10 Tournament MVP. Hunter was the youngest of this morning’s group, having spent just two collegiate seasons at Texas-El Paso. The 6’6 3/4″ forward was First Team All-Conference USA selection as a sophomore in 2014-15.
Dawson finished his four years at Michigan State as MSU’s career blocks leader with 142. The 6’5 1/2″ senior forward also joined Draymond Green and Adreian Payne as Spartans who had 1,000 career points and 100 career blocks.
White, 6’7 3/4″ forward, spent four seasons at Iowa and was 2015 First Team All-Big Ten selection by both media and coaches, becoming the first Hawkeye to lead the team in rebounding four straight years. Check out all of their interviews below.
Travis Trice (G, Michigan State)
Quinn Cook (G, Duke)
Treveon Graham (G/F, Virginia Commonwealth)
Vince Hunter (F, UTEP)
Branden Dawson (F, Michigan State)
Aaron White (F, Iowa)