The final session of on-court combine activity unfolded Friday as 2018 NBA draft hopefuls hit the floor looking to impress executives and head coaches at Quest Multisport in Chicago.
And with anthrometric testing complete, all eyes were on a pair of scrimmages, another round of meetings with the media and the last bit of strength and agility testing. As a reminder, most of the top prospects departed Chicago following Thursday's action.
Below, we'll break down the day's most notable moments and performers as stocks continue to fluctuate with just over a month remaining until the NBA draft gets underway June 21 at Barclays Center.
Complete combine results available through NBA.com.
Testing Numbers of Note
Player: Kostas Antetokounmpo, F, Greece
Lane Agility: 12.40 seconds
Shuttle Run: 3.47 seconds
Three-Quarter Sprint: 3.21 seconds
Standing Vertical: 29.5 inches
Max Vertical: 35 inches
Player: Jevon Carter, G/F, West Virginia
Lane Agility: 11.04 seconds
Shuttle Run: 3.04 seconds
Three-Quarter Sprint: 3.18 seconds
Standing Vertical: 29 inches
Max Vertical: 36.5 inches
Player: Lonnie Walker IV, G, Miami
Lane Agility: 10.87 seconds
Three-Quarter Sprint: 3.06 seconds
Standing Vertical: 31.5 inches
Max Vertical: 40 inches
Player: Moritz Wagner, F/C, Michigan
Lane Agility: 11.48 seconds
Three-Quarter Sprint: 3.18 seconds
Standing Vertical: 27 inches
Max Vertical: 34 inches
If you're looking for a first-round sleeper, look no further than Kevin Hervey.
The former Texas-Arlington forward was the standout performer of the day's first scrimmage, in which he dropped a team-high 21 points on 5-of-7 shooting, including 4-of-5 from three. Hervey also got to the free-throw line nine times and made seven of his attempts.
Bleacher Report's Jonathan Wasserman, Sports Illustrated's Jeremy Woo and ESPN.com's Mike Schmitz all came away impressed by the 2016-17 Sun Belt Player of the Year:
Gary Trent Jr., another fringe first-round pick, also boosted his profile in a big way.
Although he didn't generate much buzz on the first day of the combine, the former Duke guard broke out for a game-high 22 points (7-of-11 FG, 3-of-5 3PT), two assists and zero turnovers in the scrimmage setting.
Combine that performance with a 3.08-second shuttle run and a 39.5-inch max vertical jump, and Trent seems to be trending in the right direction.
The same can be said of Villanova's Donte DiVincenzo—who has been the week's biggest winner by a fair margin.
Following an eye-opening effort Thursday, the Final Four's Most Outstanding Player continued to show first-round chops and closed out his second scrimmage of the showcase with nine points, seven rebounds, including two offensive, four steals and three assists.
DiVincenzo may not be a lottery pick, but his testing numbers and command of the court in the Windy City should have him firmly in the first-round discussion.
In other words, it would be a stunner at this point if he returns to Villanova.
Trae Young on his standing in this year's draft class: "I think I'm the best overall player in this draft. But my main focus isn't necessarily to be the best player in this draft. My goal is to be the best player in the NBA, and that's what I'm focusing on each and every day."
Phoenix Suns general manager Ryan McDonough on possibly trading the No. 1 overall pick: "We're certainly open to that. We'll consider it. I think we'll have more information closer to the draft than we do today after we go through the workout process and the interview process. We're open to that. I think if you look around the NBA, as far as the veteran players, there are probably a few players we'd consider trading the pick for, not ... just pick for player No. 1. So it'll be a busy month for us."
Wendell Carter Jr. on possibly teaming up with Lauri Markkanen and the Chicago Bulls: "Great player. I was just thinking me and him playing together on the court would be definitely a killer."
Gary Trent Jr. on Carter's talent: "If Marvin (Bagley III) wasn't at Duke, Wendell would be in the conversation for the No. 1 pick."