Kansas’ Ochai Agbaji, Christian Braun, Jalen Wilson at NBA combine

LAWRENCE — The NBA’s draft combine this past week in Chicago saw Kansas represented by Ochai Agbaji, Christian Braun and Jalen Wilson.

It’s an event that came with its share of testing, scrimmaging Thursday and Friday and more. Agbaji and Braun both went through some testing. Wilson, who was also at the NBA G League Elite Camp earlier in the week, and Braun both played in the scrimmages. And, among the other activities they were a part of, it allowed the trio that helped deliver the Jayhawks their latest national championship this past college season another chance to be evaluated by professional organizations.

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Here’s a look at how Agbaji, Braun and Wilson all did, along with some thoughts from Kansas coach Bill Self. Self appeared during the broadcast of the event on Thursday, which began on ESPNews and then moved to ESPN2, and shared his perspective on his guys.

Ochai Agbaji

Kansas guard Ochai Agbaji cuts the net after beating North Carolina for the NCAA championship on April 4 in New Orleans.

Strength and agility

Lane agility time: 10.77 seconds

Shuttle run: 3.11 seconds

Three-quarter sprint: 3.13 seconds

Standing vertical leap: 32 inches

Max vertical leap: 39 inches

anthropometric

body fat: 5.4%

hand length: 8.75 inches

hand width: 9.5 inches

Height without shoes: 6 feet and 4.5 inches

Height with shoes: 6 feet and 5.75 inches

Standing reach: 8 feet and 8 inches

Weight: 216.8 pounds

wingspan: 6 feet and 10.25 inches

Self once again praised the type of season Agbaji just had, and compared it to one Frank Mason III had for the Jayhawks in the past. Self considered their respective seasons the best two he’s seen anyone have as Kansas’ head coach. And Self highlighted how well Agbaji can shoot the ball, too.

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