The Jazz will work out six more NBA Draft prospects on Sunday morning, including 7-foot-2 Georgetown center Roy Hibbert, who will be back for a second audition.
Hibbert will be joined by two other first-round big men prospects, Frenchman Alexis Ajinca and Serge Ibaka from the Republic of Congo.
Also scheduled to be in town Sunday, in advance of Thursday night's draft: Oklahoma big man Longar Longar and point guards Sean Singletary of Virginia and Kyle Weaver of Washington State.
Utah State shooting guard Jaycee Carroll worked out for the Jazz on Saturday morning, along with five other second-round hopefuls."Jaycee played well," Jazz player personnel vice president Walt Perrin said of Carroll, a sharpshooting specialist. "Shot the ball well, like we know he could do."
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