The Knicks have an in-person visit with Duke prospect Cam Reddish scheduled ahead of the NBA Draft, SNY has learned.
The 6-foot-8 forward is a projected top-10 pick in the draft. The Knicks, of course, hold the No. 3 overall pick and will likely have the option to select Reddish's Duke teammate, RJ Barrett.
The Knicks were among many teams in Los Angeles on Tuesday at the Pro Day for Barrett's agency, BDA. Barrett did not work out in front of teams but is expected to work out for the Knicks prior to the draft.
Reddish, 19, averaged 13.5 points per game and 3.7 rebounds per game as part of a stacked freshman class at Duke which included Barrett and likely No. 1 pick Zion Williamson.
Some of New York's talent evaluators are fans of Reddish, as SNY reported before the NBA Lottery.
Reddish, a 6-8 wing with a 7-1 wingspan, didn't shoot well from beyond the arc this season. But those in the Knicks' organization who like Reddish see his game translating well to the NBA.
Reddish is among several prospects the Knicks will meet with and workout ahead of the draft. The club also has a workout scheduled with Texas Tech's Jarrett Culver, who some in the organization are high on.
The club will probably make and take calls about potentially trading the No. 3 pick ahead of the June 20 draft. If the Knicks were to trade down, Reddish and Culver would be among the players on their radar.
Reddish will likely workout for the Knicks during his visit. Worth noting: planned workouts can change or be cancelled because of the fluid nature of the pre-draft process.