The Sixers plan to bring in Kentucky freshman Kevin Knox for a pre-draft workout, possibly by Friday, tweets Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer.

in 32.4 minutes per game for the Wildcats, Knox averaged 15.6 points, 5.4 rebounds and 31.4 assists per game.

Known for his offensive versatility, the 6-foot-9 forward has a long 7-foot-wingspan which allows him to shoot over most defenders, but he is also not afraid to put the ball on the floor and look create his own shot.

Knox can also step out and shoot the three-point shots, hitting 34.1 percent of his 4.5 three-point attempts in his one year at Kentucky. However, to complete his offensive game, Knox will have to become more consistent from behind-the-arc.

The second youngest player in the class, Knox is ranked as the No. 9 prospect by ESPN.

The Sixers worked out Villanova's forward Mikel Bridges on Tuesday, Michigan State's Miles Bridges and Miami's Lonnie Walker IV on Monday, among others.