Former TCU wing Kenrich Williams will take part in a group workout with the Knicks on Wednesday, a league source told SNY.tv.
The 6-foot-7 Williams averaged 13.2 points, 9.3 rebounds and 3.9 assists last season at TCU, while making 40 percent of his three-pointers.
Williams, 23, is currently projected as the No. 58 pick in the Draft, per ESPN.com, but his stock is rising. The Knicks own the No. 36 pick as well as No. 9.
Williams has recently worked out for Brooklyn, Boston, Houston, Golden State, and Denver, among others.
"He's a great kid," TCU coach Jamie Dixon told SNY.tv. "He's an unbelievable story because he had no scholarships coming out of high school. He was a good student and he signed with Division II Tarleton State in Texas and then ended up at TCU. He just got better and better every year.
"He's a two/three, but he played some backup point for us."
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