With the NCAA's early entry deadline Saturday, the Nets have been working out players still on the fence. Jimmer Fredette, 6'2" point guard out of Brigham Young and Jordan Crawford, a 6'4" shooting guard out of Xavier, both got in licks at the end of the week. Crawford got positive enough reviews to stay in the draft and hire Mark Bartlestein as his agent. He is projected to go at the end of the first round or the beginning of the second. Crawford gained a measure of fame last July by dunking on LeBron James at James' Skills Academy. Fredette got positive reviews as well, but remains uncertain. Players have until 11:59 p.m. Saturday to fax in their decisions.