The 76ers have moved up their scheduled workout with Temple guard Khalif Wyatt. The 6-foot-4, 205-pounder will partake in pre-draft drills at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine on Saturday. The Sixers were originally scheduled to work out the Norristown native on June 20.
The franchise has a first-round pick (11th overall) and two second-round selections (35th and 42d) in the June 27 draft. Wyatt is projected to go undrafted, but could end up a second-round pick.
He is both the Big Five and Atlantic Ten Conference player of the year. Wyatt was also named honorable-mention all-American and was an all-district selection by both the USBWA and NABC.
The 22-year-old averaged a Big Five leading 20.5 points and scored 30 or more points on seven occasions this season. He concluded his Temple career with back-to-back 31-point performances in the second and third round of the NCAA tournament.
Wyatt has already worked out for the Detroit, Houston, Washington, Portland, and Phoenix. He is scheduled to work out with Dallas (on Tuesday) and the Los Angeles Lakers (June 24).