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Complete NBA Draft Combine invite list

May 13, 2013, 2:21 AM EDT

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This Wednesday we start putting some numbers on the guys likely to be picked up in this year’s draft — how tall are they exactly, what is their wingspan, their vertical leap, their shuttle times.

This Wednesday in Chicago starts the NBA Draft Combine, where 60 guys will get run through their paces — and they will be poked and prodded and tested in front of GMs, coaches and scouts from every team in the league.

Then they will go through the interview process with a number of teams, which is what may really make or break some guys.

The combine isn’t going to change the top of the draft — scouts are plenty familiar with those guys. But if a guy on the draft bubble measures taller than expected, shows more athleticism than expected, or comes off poorly in the interviews it can impact their stock.

Here is an alphabetical list of all 60 guys invited (not all 60 will attend, not all those who attend will go through all the drills). The list also includes one European player (Dennis Schroeder) although several are projected as first round picks (PBT will have reports direct from Adidas EuroCamp next month).

Steven Adams, Pittsburgh
Vander Blue, Marquette
Lorenzo Brown, N.C. State
Reggie Bullock, North Carolina
Trey Burke, Michigan
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Georgia
Isaiah Canaan, Murray State
Jackie Carmichael, Illinois State
Michael Carter-Williams, Syracuse
Will Clyburn, Iowa State
Robert Covington, Tennessee State
Allen Crabbe, California
Seth Curry, Duke
Brandon Davies, BYU
Dewayne Dedmon, USC
Gorgui Dieng, Louisville
James Ennis, Long Beach State
Carrick Felix, Arizona State
Jamaal Franklin, San Diego State
Rudy Gobert , France
Archie Goodwin, Kentucky
Erick Green, Virginia Tech
Tim Hardaway Jr., Michigan
Solomon Hill, Arizona
Richard Howell, N.C. State
Colton Iverson, Colorado State
Pierre Jackson, Baylor
Grant Jerrett, Arizona
Myck Kabongo, Texas
Kenny Kadji, Miami
Ryan Kelly, Duke
Shane Larkin, Miami
Ricky Ledo, Providence
Alex Len, Maryland
C.J. Leslie, N.C. State
Trevor Mbakwe, Minnesota
Ray McCallum, Detroit
C.J. McCollum, Lehigh
Ben McLemore, Kansas
Tony Mitchell, North Texas
Shabazz Muhammad, UCLA
Erik Murphy, Florida
Mike Muscala, Bucknell
Nerlens Noel, Kentucky
Victor Oladipo, Indiana
Kelly Olynyk, Gonzaga
Brandon Paul, Illinois
Norvel Pelle, LA City Prep
Mason Plumlee, Duke
Otto Porter, Georgetown
Phil Pressey, Missouri
Glen Rice Jr., NBDL (Georgia Tech)
Andre Roberson, Colorado
Dennis Schroeder, Germany
Peyton Siva, Louisville
Tony Snell, New Mexico
James Southerland, Syracuse
Adonis Thomas, Memphis
Deshaun Thomas, Ohio State
Jeff Withey, Kansas
Nate Wolters, South Dakota State
B.J. Young, Arkansas
Cody Zeller, Indiana

  1. erckle31 - May 13, 2013 at 2:45 AM

    Victor Oladipo is hands down my favorite player in this draft. He also wins the award for Best Name in my book (Myck Kabongo is a close second).

  2. saint1997 - May 13, 2013 at 5:00 AM

    Man I love the draft. Following classes for 2 years gives you a bit of experience too. I can tell you that KCP is my sleeper, Oladipo will be a great complementary piece, Vander Blue was a travesty to be left off the first list, MCW will bust and if the Magic don’t take McLemore they are fools

  3. supremekingz - May 13, 2013 at 10:41 AM

    I could be wrong, but this could do down as one of the weaker drafts in recent memory

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