The NBA Draft Combine is always an intriguing part of the offseason, especially with prospects showing their talent to a team willing to take a chance on them.
For the Sixers, they have the right to pick No. 10 in the NBA Draft next month, with a boat-load of potential targets that could find themselves in Philadelphia when the season starts up in October.
But before players can be brought in and drafted, they have to be interviewed by interested teams.
So far, according to Philly Inquirer's Keith Pompey, IMG Academy G Anfernee Simons, Michigan State PF Jaren Jackson, and Missouri SF Michael Porter Jr. interviewed with the Sixers on Thursday.
Michigan State F Miles Bridges and Kentucky SG Hamidou Diallo, are planning on interviewing with the team tomorrow, according to Pompey.
There are many more names out there that I fully expect the Sixers to consider, but I'm sure they will be announcing interviews with them in the coming days.
For more information on all the prospects that the Sixers should consider with their No. 10 overall draft pick, I will soon have an extensive Sixers draft guide up on Sports Talk Philly in the coming days, breaking down many of the prospects.