Maryland guard Melo Trimble worked out Thursday for the Milwaukee Bucks, one of a number of pre-draft workouts with teams that he will have before the May 25 withdrawal deadline where he must decide whether he wants to remain in the NBA Draft or return to College Park for his junior season.
He worked out in a group with five other players -- Anthony Gill (Virginia), Ron Baker (Wichita State), Anthony "Cat" Barber (NC State), Devin Williams (West Virginia), and Tim Quarterman (LSU).
At last week's NBA Combine, Trimble told CSN he was "leaning towards" staying the draft but would continue to evaluate as workouts went along.
Speaking after working out with Milwaukee on Thursday, he conceded that the home stretch of his sophomore campaign did not match the season's first half -- which included signature performances against North Carolina and Wisconsin on the road.
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"[The draft process] gives me a chance to know where I'm at," he said. "I didn't have the second half of the year that I wanted and at the beginning of the year I was really good and I dropped a little bit. Just to put my name in the draft and see if I'm ready for the next level and if I'm not ready, I'll go back."
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Trimble laid out his entire team workout schedule at the Combine to CSN's Chris Miller. After Thursday's workout with the Bucks, he has previously scheduled dates remaining with San Antonio (May 21), Atlanta (May 23), and Philadelphia (May 25).