The Philadelphia Sixers will continue their solo NBA Draft workouts on Tuesday with Villanova junior Mikal Bridges.

Bridges averaged 17.7 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.5 steals  and 1.1 blocks per game.

Known for his length, defense and shooting, the 6-foot-7 small forward could add more three-point shooting to the Sixers, as he was a 43 percent 3-point shooter in his final season with Villanova.

One of the oldest players in the class, Bridges is ranked as the No. 14 prospect by ESPN.com.

The Sixers worked out Duke guard Grayson Allen on Wednesday, and were in attendance at Wendell Carter Jr.‘s Pro Day last week.

The will also work out Miami guard Lonnie Walker and Michigan State forward Miles Bridges on Monday and take a look at IMG Academy guard Anfernee Simons, who could be in play at No. 26.