NBA Combine 2015: Houston Rockets Draft Prospects

By Trey Oursler
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Mar 20, 2015; Omaha, NE, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Kelly Oubre Jr. (12) brings the ball up court against the New Mexico State Aggies during the first half in the second round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at CenturyLink Center. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports


Kelly Oubre Jr.
Lane Agility: 11.10 sec.
3/4 Sprint: 3.32 sec.
Standing Vertical: 34.5 in.
Max Vertical: 37.0 in.

Delon Wright
Lane Agility: 11.21 sec.
3/4 Sprint: 3.29 sec.
Standing Vertical: 29.5 in.
Max Vertical: 31.0 in.

Andrew Harrison
Lane Agility: 11.16 sec.
3/4 Sprint: 3.34 sec.
Standing Vertical: 26.5 in.
Max Vertical: 33.0 in.

Myles Turner and Justise Winslow are projected lottery picks and were not participating in drills on day two, which means they did not register time or inches in the last four drills.

The three players tested well in the speed and agility drills at the NBA Combine. Other notable names that did well in this part of the invitational include Pat Connaughton from Notre Dame who had the highest max vertical at 44’0 inches and Devin Booker of Kentucky who posted a 10.22 in the lane agility drill. Nothing here should scare the Rockets away from any of the detailed prospects we have looked at.

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