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NBA reveals field of draft-eligible participants for G League Elite Camp

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The NBA on Monday announced the field of 44 prospects set to participate in the G League Elite Camp on May 16 and 17 at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois.

The event gives prospects the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of NBA and G League scouts, coaches and front-office executives. The participants will take part in 5-on-5 games and strength and agility drills during the two-day camp.

The top performers in the G League Elite Camp will earn invitations to the draft combine, which will run May 18-22. The elite camp last year produced several notable players, including New Orleans Pelicans guard Jose Alvarado and Indiana Pacers guard Duane Washington Jr.

The prospects that have earned invitations to the elite camp:

Player

Previous

Max Abmas

Oral Roberts

James Akinjo

Baylor

Keve Aluma

Virginia Tech

Jules Bernard

UCLA

Buddy Boeheim

Syracuse

Jamaree Bouyea

San Francisco

Eli Brooks

Oral Roberts

Keion Brooks

Kentucky

Tevin Brown

Murray State

Gabe Brown

Michigan State

Tyler Burton

Richmond

Darius Days

LSU

Michael Devoe

Georgia Tech

Allen Flanigan

Auburn

Kyle Foster

Howard

Javon Freeman-Liberty

DePaul

Kellan Grady

Kentucky

A.J. Green

Northern Iowa

Brison Gresham

Texas Southern

Mouhamed Gueye

Washington State

Jordan Hall

Saint Joseph’s

Quenton Jackson

Texas A&M

Hyunjung Lee

Davidson

Kenneth Lofton Jr.

Louisiana Tech

Brady Manek

North Carolina

Tyrese Martin

UConn

David McCormack

Kansas

Kevin McCullar

Texas Tech

Kameron McGusty

Miami (Fla.)

Pete Nance

Northwestern

JD Notae

Arkansas

Shareef O’Neal

LSU

M.J. Randolph

Florida A&M

Jared Rhoden

Seton Hall

Jermaine Samuels

Villanova

Marcus Sasser

Houston

Baylor Scheierman

Creighton

Luke Travers

Perth Wildcats (NBL)

Ryan Turell

Yeshiva University

Fabian White Jr.

Houston

Bryson Williams

Texas Tech

Vince Williams Jr.

VCU

Jalen Wilson

Kansas

Kok Yat

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The NBA draft will take place on June 23.

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