The Knicks will host the following draft prospects in a workout at MSG Training Center on Monday:
Archie Goodwin, Guard, 6-4, 198, Kentucky, Freshman
Ranked as high as 12th in his class by high school recruiting services, Goodwin assumed a prominent role on the Wildcats in his one year in Lexington. His team struggled, but he flashed the attributes of a true combo guard and scouts are excited about his defensive potential. Blessed with a 6-10 wingspan and the explosiveness of an NBA shooting guard, he is out to show teams that Kentucky's lackluster season won't affect his NBA future.
Jordan Henriquez, Forward, 6-11, 250, Kansas State, Senior
Looked at as a 2nd-round prospect by most draft prognosticators, Henriquez's strength in college was his tenacity on the glass. A good rebounder in general, but especially on the offensive end, he pulled down 12.4 boards per 40 minutes as a senior.
Trent Lockett, Guard, 6-5, 210, Marquette, Senior
Lockett was Arizona State's leading scorer as a sophomore and improved to 13.7 points a game as a junior before transferring to Marquette this past season. His minutes and his efficiency dipped during his one year with the Golden Eagles, so he's working to convince teams he could become the next solid pro from Marquette.
Dejan Musli, Center, 7-0, 262, KK Partizan (Serbia)
Musli has the size and length to match up with NBA big men. He's 22 years old and has been playing profesionally in Serbia, where he shot over 52% from the field.
Stan Okoye, Forward, 6-6, 215, Virginia Military, Senior
The 2012-13 Big South Preseason Player of the Year, Okoye averaged 21.5 points, 9.4 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game as a senior. He was also a Big South Presidential Honor Roll recipient, according to the school's website.
Josiah Turner, Guard, 6-3, 190, Halifax (Canada)
Turner was ranked as the 11th best prospect in the class of 2011 before heading to Arizona. After some legal trouble forced him to leave, he opted to play profesionally in Hungary and then Canada. Scouts have always liked his athleticism, so it'll be up to him to prove he's ready for the NBA.