The list of draft prospects -- mostly guys who will go undrafted or might slip into the second round -- for the Wolves' annual two-day camp here at Target Center this week is out.
Gophers forward Rodney Williams is there, in the Wednesday's group.
Princeton, Minn.'s own Jared Berggren -- by way of Madison and the University of Wisconsin -- will work out in one of Tuesday's two groups.
Other names: Baylor guard Pierre Jackson, Illinois guard Brandon Paul, Memphis swingman D.J. Stephens, French center Mouhammadou Jaiteh and Texas A&M guard Elston Turner Jr., whose dad could end back on Rick Adelman's coaching staff after a couple years away.
There's nobody whose names you are going to hear when the Wolves make their two first-round picks in June.
But just to cover all their bases for the draft's second round and summer-league rosters, the Wolves are bringing these guys in on Tuesday and Wednesday for annual workouts attended by scouts from just about every other NBA team:
Anthony Marshall, G UNLV
Kenny Boynton Jr., G, Florida
DeWayne Dedmon, F, USC
Mouhammadou Jaiteh, C, France
Carrick Felix, F, Arizona State
Chris Babb, G, Iowa State
Solomon Hill, F, Arizona
Will Clyburn, G, Iowa State
Michael Snaer, G, Florida State
Brandon Paul, G, Illinois
Derrick Nix, C, Michigan State
Jared Berggren, F/C, Wisconsin
Matt Dellavedova, G, St. Mary's
Pierre Jackson, G, Baylor
Brandon Davies, F, BYU
Jackie Carmichael, F, Illinois State
D.J. Stephens, F/G, Memphis
Rodney Williams, Jr., F, Minnesota
Elston Turner, Jr., G, Texas A&M
B.J. Young, G, Arkansas
Alex Oriakhi, F, Missouri
James Southerland, F, Syracuse
Elias Harris, F, Gonzaga
Jamelle Hagins, F, Delaware