The Sixers will hold their first pre-draft workout on Monday.
Kentucky guard Isaiah Briscoe, George Washington forward Tyler Cavanaugh, Tennessee State guard Tahjere McCall, Weber State guard Jeremy Senglin, Maryland guard Melo Trimble and Colorado guard Derrick White will participate at the Sixers training complex in Camden, N.J.
The Sixers hold the third, 36th, 39th, 46th and 50th picks in the draft on June 22. These players would be projected for the second round.
Isaiah Briscoe, sophomore, G, 6-3/218
Kentucky teammates De'Aaron Fox and Malik Monk could be potential fits for the Sixers with the third pick; could Briscoe join them in the second? The versatile Newark. N.J. native ranks third in assists under head coach John Calipari, as well as top 10 in total rebounds, field goals, steals, points, assists per game and assist-to-turnover ratio.
2016-17 average: 12.1 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.2 assists
Tyler Cavanaugh, senior, F, 6-9/238
Cavanaugh is the lone forward in this workout. The big man has an outside game, though. He shot 40.9 percent from three last season. Cavanaugh also ranked second on his team in total assists. He finished his college career at George Washington after playing the first two at Wake Forest.
2016-17 average: 18.3 points, 8.4 rebounds, 2.0 assists
Tahjere McCall, senior, G, 6-5/195
McCall is a Philadelphia native and attended the Carver High School of Engineering & Science. In addition to his offensive numbers, McCall was named Ohio Valley Conference Defensive Player of the year in 2016 and 2017. He transferred from Niagara after his sophomore season to Tennessee State, Robert Covington's alma mater.
2016-17 average: 14.3 points, 5.0 rebounds, 5.1 assists
Jeremy Senglin, senior, G, 6-2/195
Senglin left Weber State as the school's all-time leading scorer, surpassing the totals of Damian Lillard. Not too shabby. He also wrapped up his four-year career as the school's and Big Sky Conference's leader in made three-pointers (he shot 43.7 percent as a senior) and second in the conference in scoring. "He's a hell of a player," Lillard said of Senglin this season. [LINK:http://www.standard.net/Weber-State/2017/02/15/Damian-Lillard-Jeremy-Senglin-work-outs-Weber-State-basketball.]
2016-17 average: 21.2 points, 3.9 rebounds, 2.9 assists
Melo Trimble, junior, G, 6-3/192
Trimble considered entering the draft and ultimately ended up playing three years at Maryland. Last season he was named First Team All-Big Ten and AP Honorable Mention All-American. The former McDonald's All-American scored in double-digits in 92 games during his time at Maryland. He had a memorable moment this season when he hit the game-winning three against Michigan State.
2016-17 average: 16.8 points, 3.6 rebounds, 3.7 assists
Derrick White, senior, G, 6-5/200
White is one of the players the Sixers already got to know at the Portsmouth Invitational. White was named to the All-Pac 12 Conference Team this past season. White has been making the climb toward the NBA after transferring to Colorado from the Division II University of Colorado Colorado Springs. He finished off strong, shooting 50.7 percent from the field and 39.6 percent from three.
2016-17 average: 18.1 points, 4.1 rebounds, 4.4 assists