(Indianapolis, IN) - Purdue forward Robbie Hummel is one of six potential NBA draftees scheduled to work out for the Indiana Pacers this morning at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
The Valparaiso native tore his right ACL twice in his college career, coming back to average 16 points per game for the Boilermakers this past season.
University of Kentucky guard Doran Lamb is also scheduled to participate in today's workout. The others who are working out this morning are Missouri's Kim English, Auburn's Kenny Gabriel, Orlando Johnson of UC Santa Barbara and Baylor's Quincy Miller.
Miller is a 6-9 forward who has been projected to go to the Pacers in some mock drafts. He suffered a torn ACL his senior year of high school but rebounded to be named co-freshman of the year in the Big 12 this past season after averaging 10.6 points and five rebounds for the Bears.
The Pacers currently hold the 26th pick in Thursday night's draft with rumors swirling that they are looking to trade up.
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