Kentucky forward Wenyen Gabriel may have been the lone Wildcat to not receive an invite to the NBA Combine, but there is still interest around the league in the 6-foot-9 sharpshooter.
The Utah Jazz will bring Gabriel in tomorrow for a personal workout.
Also on the workout list? Controversial former Louisville forward Brian Bowen.
Pre-draft workouts start tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/mSbeeMcvEN
— Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) May 11, 2018
As a sophomore, Gabriel averaged 6.8 points and 5.4 rebounds per game on nearly 40-percent from beyond the arc.
As of today, the Wildcat forward is not listed on any draft boards for 2018. Because he did not hire an agent, Gabriel will be able to return to Kentucky at any point.
PJ Washington has reportedly already worked out with the Brooklyn Nets and Boston Celtics, and will likely keep his name in the draft if he receives a first-round guarantee.
We have yet to hear of any NBA workouts for Jarred Vanderbilt, though he did receive an invite to the NBA Combine.
Gabriel, Washington, and Gabriel have until May 30 to make a final decision.