NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 26: Tobias Harris #12 of the Tennessee Volunteers drives to the basket against against Corey Stokes #24 of the Villanova Wildcats during the Championship game at Madison Square Garden on November 26 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
The Nets have been talking to a number of players at the Chicago Pre-Draft Combine, but one interview caught the eye of the Post's Marc Berman. Tobias Harris, the Long Island native who played small forward at Tennessee, spoke with the Nets brass after Friday's drills.
Harris is projected late lottery to mid first round. Chad Ford tweeted that Harris, along with Jeremy Tyler, Klay Thompson and Enes Kanter, "really looked good today."
The Nets are looking at the small-forward spot as well as upfront. The 6-foot, 7-inch slasher is considered a mid-to-late first-round pick. With Billy King has talking about moving up or acquiring an additional first round pick (and/or second rounder), expect the Nets to talk to a number of players. The team will start working out prospects individually around Memorial Day Weekend.
Long Island native talks to Nets at draft camp - Marc Berman - New York Post