Dayton freshman guard/forward Mike Sharavjamts has received invitations to work out for the Mavericks, Jazz and Bucks ahead of the 2023 NBA Draft, per Mongolian Hoops, via HoopsHype.
Sharavjamts is 6-foot-8 and is the first Mongolian citizen to play Division I basketball. He started 20 games as the only freshman on the Flyers’ roster this past season.
Per Jonathan Givony of ESPN: “Sharavjamts is keeping his options open as far as entering the NCAA transfer portal but is primarily focusing on professional opportunities. Signed with Scott Nichols of Rize Management.”
As of now, Sharavjamts is viewed as a late second-round pick at best, though a lot can change between now and the draft via individual workouts.
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The Rockets intend to work out Memphis point guard Kendric Davis, as relayed by Matt Infield of Action News 5.
Davis is 6-0 and spent last season with Memphis after playing for TCU and SMU, respectively. He was named the American Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 2022.
This past season with the Tigers, he averaged 21.9 points and 5.4 assists in 34 games, shooting 35 percent on 3-pointers.
The NBA Combine runs from May 16-18 in Chicago. We will continue to bring all of the pre-draft workouts making the rounds here on Hoops Wire.
Looks like Kendric Davis is getting a pre-draft workout in with his hometown team, the Rockets. pic.twitter.com/rTQaiXQchk
— Matt Infield (@Matt_Infield) May 1, 2023
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