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Nets have worked out 60 prospects with two weeks to go

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As the NBA Draft looms, we’ll keep updating this list of college and international prospects who’ve worked out for Brooklyn.

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The Nets apparently will exceed last year’s Draft workout number. Based on our informal survey, Brooklyn has looked at around 60 prospects. That’s about the same as last year ... with two weeks to go before the Draft. And we don’t have the full list. In almost all cases, we only have a partial list of who’s showed up for the day-long look-see.

Our names aren’t official, either. The Nets do not release names or much else about the workouts. On Friday, they posted two short videos of a workout, but were careful not to show any of the prospects’ faces!

For those wondering about the four Nets executives shown in the first video, they are, left to right, Dan Meehan, director of sports science; Sean Marks, GM; Andrew Baker, director of strategic planning, and Gregg Polinsky, director of player personnel aka chief scout.

So how did we come up with the names? By scouring social media, our draft maven, @GNYR, developed the list, which we update as soon as we see a tweet or Instagram post.

The order below is in the order of when workouts came to our attention. The number in parentheses is their rank on ESPN’s Big Board around the time when they worked out. Players with asterisks next to their names worked out, then dropped out of the Draft, re-classifying for the 2019 Draft.

Shamorie Ponds, 6’1” point guard, St. John’s, sophomore (61)*

Barry Brown Jr, 6’3” shooting guard, Kansas State, junior*

Chris Silva, 6’9” power forward, South Carolina, junior*

Mustapha Heron, 6’5” shooting guard, Auburn, sophomore*

P.J. Washington, 6’7” swingman, Kentucky, freshman*

Reid Travis, 6’8” power forward, Stanford, junior

Jordan Caroline, 6’7” shooting guard, Nevada, junior*

Matt Mobley, 6’3” shooting guard, St. Bonaventure, senior

Abudushalamu Abudurexiti, 6’10” small forward, Xingyang Long Lions, 22 years old

Cody Martin, 6’7” swingman, Nevada, junior (88)*

Admiral Schofield, 6’5” shooting guard, Tennessee, junior*

Bruno Fernando, 6’10” center, Maryland, freshman (77)*

Brian Bowen, 6’7” shooting guard, South Carolina, high school senior (96)

Anfernee Simons, 6’4” shooting guard, IMG Academy, high school senior (21)

Sagaba Konate, 6’8” power forward, West Virginia, sophomore (62)*

Ky Bowman, 6’0” point guard, Boston College, sophomore*

Jalen Hudson, 6’6” shooting guard, Florida, junior (45)*

Deng Adel, 6’6” small forward, Louisville, junior (90)

Omari Spellman, 6’9” power forward, Villanova, freshman (49)

Kendrick Nunn, 6’3” shooting guard, Oakland, senior

Joel Berry II, 6’0” point guard, North Carolina, senior

Matt Farrell, 6’1” point guard, Notre Dame, senior

Desi Rodriguez, 6’6” shooting guard, Seton Hall, senior

E.C. Matthews, 6’5” shooting guard, Rhode Island, senior

Dusan Ristic, 7’0” center, Arizona, senior

Kevin Huerter, 6’7” shooting guard, sophomore (54)

Yuta Watanabe, 6’9” shooting guard, George Washington, senior

Carsen Edwards, 6’1” point guard, Purdue, sophomore (70)*

Quinton Rose, 6’9” small forward, Temple, sophomore*

Jeffery Carroll, 6’6” shooting guard, Oklahoma State, senior

Caleb Martin, 6’7” swingman, Nevada, junior (99)*

Wenyen Gabriel, 6’9” power forward, Kentucky, freshman

Jon Davis, 6’3” point guard, Charlotte, junior*

Tyus Battle, 6’6” shooting guard, Syracuse, sophomore (32)*

Jalen McDaniels, 6’10” power forward, San Diego State, freshman*

DJ Hogg, 6’9” small forward, Texas A&M, junior (67)

Yoeli Childs, 6’8” power forward, Brigham Young, sophomore*

Moe Wagner, 7’0” center, Michigan, junior (29)

Josh Okogie, 6’4” shooting guard, Georgia Tech, sophomore (50)

Grayson Allen, 6’5” shooting guard, Duke, senior (30)

Kris Wilkes, 6’8” shooting guard, UCLA, freshman (69)*

Marcus Derrickson, 6’7” small forward, Georgetown, junior

Alize Johnson, 6’9” power forward, Missouri State, senior

Jared Terrell, 6’3” shooting guard, Rhode Island, senior

Fletcher Magee, 6’4” shooting guard, Wofford, junior*

Tyler Cook, 6’9” power forward, Iowa, sophomore*

De’Anthony Melton, 6’3” SG/PG, USC, sophomore (25)

Chimezie Metu, 6’11” C/PF, USC, junior (44)

Yante Maten, 6’8” PF, Georgia, senior (96)

Tyler Davis, 6’10” C, Texas A&M, junior

Donte DiVincenzo, 6’6” SG, Villanova, sophomore (28)

Gary Trent Jr. 6’6” SG , Duke, freshman (39)

Terry Larrier, 6’9” SG, UConn, senior

B.J. Johnson, 6’7” SF, LaSalle, senior

Ajdin Penava, 6’7” SF, Marshall, junior (99)

Hamidou Diallo, 6’6” SG Kentucky, freshman (37)

Matur Maker, 6’10” PF, Mississauga Prep, 20 years old*

Jemerrio Jones, 6’5” PF, New Mexico State, senior

Theo Pinson, 6’6” SF, Kentucky, senior (74)

Elijah Bryant, 6’5” SG, Brigham Young, junior

Allerik Freeman, 6’3” SG, North Carolina State, senior

Todd Withers, 6’8” SF/SG, Queens (N.C.) College, senior

Jaylen Adams, 6’2” PG, St. Bonaventure, senior

Bosnian small forward, 19-year-old Dzanan Musa, is in New York as of Friday, but he’s said he has only one workout scheduled, with the Spurs. He told ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla earlier in the week that he hopes to get other scheduled soon. In the meantime, he’s working out on his own.

Why so many workouts? The Nets, as noted, have three picks, at 29, 40 and 45. They also have two two-way contracts, summer league and training camp rosters to fill ... and there’s the G-League Draft in early November. What the Nets learn about players now can be helpful when they pick for the Long Island Nets in November.