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The Jazz were back at it again on Sunday morning as six more draft hopefuls each made their way to Salt Lake City to show what they can do on the next level. Of the six players who worked out for the Jazz on Sunday, there were a handful of players who are expected to be selected in the mid- to late first round including the likes of Glenn Robinson III, Cleanthony Early, C.J. Wilcox and P.J. Hairston according to the latest mock drafts from, and

Here is a look at how each of the six players performed during their last season of the court.

All heights and weights come from except for Hairston's which came from

Cleanthony Early, 6-8, 219, forward, Wichita State
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Early spent two seasons on the floor at Wichita State as one of the best players on one of the best teams in the country. Early is an impressive shooter who is at his best when under the brightest of spotlights. There is no better place to look than his final game as a college player to prove that point. In a third-round loss to the Kentucky Wildcats, Early knocked down big shot after big shot on his way to 31 points for his second highest scoring output of his Wichita State career. That season, Early was a consensus second team All-American, according to after averaging 16.4 points and 5.9 rebounds.

For his career, Early averaged 15.1 points and 5.7 rebounds in 75 games.

Glenn Robinson III, 6-6, 220, forward, Michigan
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Robinson only spent two seasons on the floor at Michigan before trying his hand at the NBA. Robinson is a smooth, small forward with great athleticism and quick feet. He comes from great blood lines (his dad is Glenn Robinson, who was the No. 1 overall pick in the 1994 NBA draft) and played against big-time competition. Even though he scored more points as a sophomore, his best season came as a freshman. That year, Robinson averaged 11 points on 57.2 percent shooting from the floor, 5.4 rebounds, 1.1 assists and one steal in 39 games.

For his career, Robinson averaged 12 points, 4.9 rebounds, 1.1 assists and one steal in 76 games.

Xavier Thames, 6-3, 195, guard, San Diego State
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After having modest production during his first three seasons on the floor in college, Thames exploded on the scene his senior season and became one of the best players in the Mountain West Conference. Thames is a good passer, a lockdown ball defender and a deadly free-throw shooter. His best season came in 2013-14 when he averaged 17.6 points, 2.9 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.6 steals in 36 games.

For his career, Thames averaged 10.7 points, 2.6 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.1 steals in 128 games for Washington State and San Diego State.

C.J. Wilcox, 6-5, 195, guard, Washington
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Wilcox is an impressive athlete who can really knock down the outside jumper. Wilcox spent four seasons at the University of Washington after leaving Pleasant Grove and was an effective scorer each season, thanks to his ability to knock down the 3-point shot. His most productive season came as a senior in 2013-14 when he averaged 18.3 points, 3.7 rebounds, 2.5 assists, a steal and a block in 32 games.

For his career, Wilcox averaged 14.4 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 131 games.

Kendrick Perry, 6-0, 180, point guard, Youngstown State
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Perry earned big minutes as a lead guard from the minute he stepped on campus. After a freshman season where Perry was the prototypical pass-first point guard, he spent his final three seasons as a great passer who could also really score the ball. His most productive season came as a senior in 2013-14 when Perry averaged 21.3 points on 50.6 percent shooting from the field, 4.1 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 2.4 steals in 32 games.

For his career, Perry averaged 16.2 points, 4.1 rebounds, 4.1 assists and two steals in 123 games.

P.J. Hairston, 6-6, 220, Texas Legends (D-League)
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Hairston is a great athlete who played two seasons at North Carolina before landing with the Texas Legends of the NBA Developmental League a year ago. During his time in the D-league, Hairston showed his immense ability to score the basketball in numerous ways. He was fantastic at attacking the rim and getting to the free-throw line (87 percent on 146 attempts, according to, while also proving to have good range on his jumper.

In 26 games (15 starts) with Texas, Hairston averaged 21.8 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.5 steals.