WASHINGTON DC - FEBRUARY 5: Marshon Brooks #2 of the Providence Friars drives to the basket during a college basketball game against the Georgetown Hoyas on February 5 2011 at the Verizon Center in Washington DC. The Hoyas won 83-81. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)
Individual workouts will begin Thursday at the PNY Center. The team hasn't announced who'll be attending but agents are saying Marshon Brooks, the 6'5" shooting guard from Providence, and Malcolm Lee, the 6'5" point guard from UCLA, will be among the first to show their wares.
Other prospects whose names have surfaced include: Jon Leuer, the 6'11" Wisconsin power forward; E'Twaun Moore, the 6'4" Purdue shooting guard Purdue; and Andrew Goudelock, the 6'3" College of Charleston shooting guard. The Nets have hosted one group workout at PNY and been part of another group workout in Minnesota plus the Pre-Draft Combine in Chicago. They'll also attend the adidas EuroCamp in Treviso, Italy, June 11-13.