NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 09: Jae Crowder #32 of the Marquette Golden Eagles celebrates after defeating the West Virginia Mountaineers during the second round of the 2011 Big East Men's Basketball Tournament presented by American Eagle Outfitters at Madison Square Garden on March 9, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
The Nets and Rockets put together a massive 2012 NBA Draft workout for 44 fringe prospects this weekend, and all 30 teams -- including the Kings -- will be on hand to scout. The workout begins on Saturday; here's the full roster via NetsDaily.
The most interesting names in Saturday's first session are Kim English of Missouri and Terrell Stoglin of Maryland. English is a wing who improved his deep shooting magnificently in his time in Columbia. Stoglin was the Terps' leading scorer as a sophomore.
Saturday's second session features prospects like Drew Gordon of New Mexico and Ashton Gibbs of Pitt. Gordon came up in San Jose, playing at Archbishop Mitty. He played with Tyler Honeycutt at UCLA for one season (2009-10), but transferred to UNM due to conflicts with Ben Howland.
On Sunday, the biggest name is probably Jae Crowder, the energetic Marquette big man.
The Kings are currently slated to have the No. 35 pick in addition to a high lottery pick. That second-round pick would be No. 36 if the Kings pick ahead of the Nets' pick in the first round.
Tune in to NetsDaily for coverage of this weekend's draft workout.