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The 76ers have moved up their scheduled workout with Temple guard Khalif Wyatt, according to a source close to the player. The 6-foot-4, 205-pounder will partake in pre-draft drills at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine on Saturday. The Sixers were originally scheduled to work out the Norristown native on June 20. Philadelphia Inquirer
Wyatt has already worked out for the Detroit, Houston, Washington, Portland, and Phoenix. He is scheduled to work out with Dallas (on Tuesday) and the Los Angeles Lakers (June 24). Philadelphia Inquirer
Throughout the week, the Wizards will also have Louisville 6-1 senior point guard Peyton Siva (10 points, 5.7 assists), Bucknell 6-11 senior center Mike Muscala (18.9 points, 11.3 rebounds), Indiana senior forward Christian Watford (12.3 points, 6.3 rebounds), Kentucky freshman point 6-1 guard Archie Goodwin (14.1 points, 4.6 rebounds), Memphis 6-7 sophomore guard Adonis Thomas (11.7 points, 4.5 rebounds), Oklahoma 6-8 senior forward Romero Osby (16 points, seven rebounds), Iowa State 6-7 senior forward Will Clyburn (14.9 points, 6.8 rebounds), Temple 6-4 guard Khalif Wyatt (20.5 points, four assists) and Syracuse senior forward James Southerland (13.2 points, 5.2 rebounds). Washington Post
Scouts want to love Temple's Khalif Wyatt, but his athletic numbers make it tough. He measured terribly for a guard with a 31-inch maximum vertical and had well below-average scores on the lane agility and sprint numbers for a guard, ranking third to last for all prospects, including the bigs. To top it off, he had a shockingly high 13.1 percent body fat. The talent is there, but he has to get in better shape. ESPN.com
Additionally, ASM has signed Ohio State forward Deshaun Thomas, Florida forward Erik Murphy, Temple guard Khalif Wyatt, Louisville guard Peyton Siva, Miami guard Durand Scott, UCLA guard Larry Drew II, Minnesota forward Trevor Mbakwe, and Kansas guards Elijah Johnson and Travis Releford. Miller, Stephen Pina, Andrew Vye, Justin Zanik, Steve Banks and J.R. Hensley will represent the players. Sports Business Daily
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