Pittsburgh’s Blake Hinson has undergone workouts with additional NBA teams in preparation for the upcoming draft.

Pitt Panthers forward Blake Hinson has participated in workouts for multiple NBA teams in preparation for the upcoming draft on June 26-27, aiming to secure one of the 58 available picks.

According to Cody White of USA Today’s Rookie Wire, Hinson has worked out for at least nine teams, including the Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Charlotte Hornets, Dallas Mavericks, Golden State Warriors, Indiana Pacers, Los Angeles Lakers, Memphis Grizzlies, and San Antonio Spurs.

Recently, Hinson showcased his skills at the G-League Elite Camp at Wintrust Arena in Chicago, where he impressed on the second day. He led Team Two with 18 points, shooting 7-of-16 from the field, 2-of-9 from beyond the arc, and 5-of-7 from the free-throw line. Additionally, he grabbed six rebounds and dished out two assists, contributing to Team Two’s 90-78 victory over Team Three.

During his tenure at Pitt, Hinson started in 68 of 69 games over two seasons, averaging 32.6 minutes, 16.8 points, and 5.3 rebounds per game. He shot 44.1% from the field and 40.1% from three-point range. His most recent season was his best, averaging 33.6 minutes, 18.5 points, and 4.4 rebounds per game while shooting 45.4% from the field and 42.1% from three-point range, earning him All-ACC First Team honors. He also set a program record with 110 three-pointers in a season.

Hinson ranks seventh in Pitt history with 207 total three-pointers made and sixth with a career three-point shooting percentage.

Since 2014, when forward Lamar Patterson was drafted by the Atlanta Hawks with the 48th overall pick in the Second Round, Pitt has not had a player selected in the NBA Draft.

Freshman guard Bub Carrington, another standout for the Panthers, has received an invite to the NBA Draft green room at Barclays Center for the First Round, anticipating a selection within the top 20 picks. If both Carrington and Hinson are drafted, it would mark the first time since 1988 that Pitt has had two players selected in the same NBA Draft, when Charles Smith went third overall to the Philadelphia 76ers (traded to the Los Angeles Clippers) and Jerome Lane went 23rd overall to the Denver Nuggets.