Charlotte will host its 3rd pre-draft workout on Monday, June 12, and Nebraska guard Tai Webster will be among the players six players trying to impress the Hornets’ scouts.
The Hornets officially announced their third wave of pre-draft workout prospects Sunday, and Webster will join the likes of UCLA’s Bryce Alford, Louisville’s Donovan Mitchell, Nevada’s Cameron Oliver, Florida’s Devin Robinson and Australia’s Terrance Ferguson.
Charlotte’s third pre-draft workout will take place on Monday.
— Charlotte Hornets (@hornets) June 11, 2017
Webster was a senior for the Huskers during the 2016-2017 season, where started all of the 31 games he played in. He averaged 17 points per game, as well as 5.1 rebounds per game, and shot 42 percent from the floor. Webster also tied for fifth in the conference with an average of 1.4 steals per game, totaling 42 on the season.
That seasons stat line was good enough to get Webster an All-Big Ten Second Team nod.
Prior to his four years at Nebraska, Webster was a 3-star recruit coming from New Zealand, according to 247Sports, and had offers from LSU, Virginia and Wake Forest.
Webster will also be the second Big Ten player to work out for the Hornets, as guard Derrick Walton Jr. made an appearance in Charlotte’s second pre-draft workout session.