Lakers Draft Workouts: May 30, 2017

Lakers headquarters will host six more draft prospects on Tuesday, as some of the NCAA’s most productive players looks to show off their skills.

Jaron Blossomgame | SF | Clemson | 6’7 | 220 | Sr.
– 10th in ACC in scoring (17.6). Sixth in rebounds (8.2). Sixth in field goal percentage (49.8)
– 2017 Third Team All-ACC. 2016 First Team
– 2016 ACC Most Improved Player


Sterling Brown | SG | SMU | 6’6 | 230 | Sr.
– Second Team All-AAC
– Seventh in NCAA in defensive win shares (2.7)
– Fifth in AAC in steals (1.5)
– Averaged 13.4 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists
– Brother of former Laker Shannon Brown


Tyler Dorsey | SG | Oregon | 6’4 | 194 | So.
– Scored at least 20 points in all eight Pac-12 Tournament and NCAA Tournament games
– Third in Pac-12 in 3-pointers (88), while hitting 42.3 percent
– Averaged 14.6 points on 46.7 percent shooting
– 2016 First Team All-Pac-12
– Pasadena native


Cam Oliver | PF | Nevada | 6’8 | 225 | So.
– Led the Mountain West in blocks in both years at Nevada (2.6)
– Ranked top four in rebounds both seasons and was seventh in points last year (16.0)
– Averaged 1.9 3-pointers on a 38.4 percent clip
– Second Team All-Mountain West and All-Defensive Team


Ivan Rabb | PF | California | 6’11 | 220 | So.
– First Team All-Pac-12
– Led conference in rebounds (10.5)
– Averaged 14.0 points on 48.4 percent shooting
– 7-foot-2 wingspan and 9-foot-1 standing reach


Xavier Rathan-Mayes | PG/SG | Florida State | 6’4 | 207 | Jr.
– Ranked among the ACC’s top six in assists for three straight seasons
– Averaged 10.6 points and 4.8 assists
– Ranked ninth in scoring as a freshman (14.9)

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