44 NBA prospects from different backgrounds were brought into the Los Angeles Clippers Practice Facility in Playa Vista, California on Wednesday and Thursday to work out for all 30 NBA teams. This group workout, widely known as the Clippers Mini-Combine, was organized by the Brooklyn Nets, Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers, and featured measurements, agility testing, interview sessions and drill-work similar to the NBA Combine in Chicago.
To get a jump on the rapidly approaching NCAA season, we'll once again be breaking down the top individual NBA prospects in college basketball, going conference by conference. First we start with the Big Ten, where the incredibly athletic Rodney Williams intrigues with his upside. Indiana sophomore Maurice Creek, Michigan State seniors Kalin Lucas and Durrell Summers and Purdue's JaJuan Johnson round out the top five.
After a full weekend of NCAA tournament games, we continue to analyze what we just saw, digging deep into a select number of prospects that deserve a closer look based off what they showed in March and during the regular season. JaJuan Johnson, Evan Turner, Al-Farouq Aminu and Sherron Collins are up next.