The Atlanta Hawks will be hosting numerous prospects in advance of the 2018 NBA Draft and, on Monday, the team will have a quartet of prospects for its first official workout of the process.
The list features four early-entry candidates, with Georgia Tech guard Josh Okogie serving as the headliner. Okogie, who was profiled in this space recently, is joined by Ole Miss guard Terence Davis, Texas A&M center Tyler Davis and North Carolina forward Luke Maye, all of whom retain the right to return to college, as they operate without an agent at this stage.
As a sophomore, Okogie averaged 18.2 points, 5.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.5 steals in 33.0 minutes per game and he is the only prospect involved in this particular workout that would be in Atlanta’s theoretical draft range in the top 33 picks. Still, there is value in the Hawks taking a look at a wide swath of prospects, both in case of draft-day trades and for training camp invites.
Stay tuned as more information becomes available.
Update: The Hawks have added FGCU’s Brandon Goodwin and Auburn’s Jared Harper to Monday’s workout.