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:

Group 1
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
Group 2
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
Group 2
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


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