Today's second draft workout just finished and it featured some first round talent and many second round talent. The Pacers had in six versatile forwards in today for a workout. Those guys were Jeffery Taylor (Vanderbilt), Darius Miller (Kentucky), Jae Crowder (Marquette), Khris Middleton (Texas A&M), Will Barton (Memphis), and Kent Bazemore (Old Dominion).
Tomorrow Indiana will conduct another workout at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Check out after the jump who the Pacers will bring in to work out.
The Indiana Pacers will have in six more prospects to do the usual 3-on-3 scrimmage and individual testing. This time the Pacers will have Evan Fournier (France), John Jenkins (Vanderbilt), Josh Owens (Stanford), Travis Hyman (Bowie State), Ashton Gibbs (Pittsburgh), and Tony Wroten Jr. (Washington).
That means Larry Bird and Kevin Pritchard have brought in four scoring guards and two big centers in to work out. It seems like the only three players who have first round talent are Fournier, Jenkins, and Wroten. The rest will all likely be undrafted and maybe they're are being looked at for a possible tryout after the draft.
The trio of Fournier, Jenkins, and Wroten could be the best crop they've brought in so far if you're looking at guards. The Pacers brought in a nice trio of Royce White, Draymond Green, and Andrew Nicholson in for their first workout to look at some forwards.
Whoever the Pacers think wins this battle of Fournier, Jenkins, and Wroten will likely be the best guard they go after on draft night. Indiana seems to never take someone in the draft, unless they have worked them out if you look at draft history.
This is around the time Indiana has their workout marathon so be sure to check out Pacers.com for updates from all of the workouts they have conducted.