Two high-scoring collegiate guards will work out for the Bucks in Monday's session at the Cousins Center.

South Dakota State senior Nate Wolters and Virginia Tech senior Erick Green highlight the workout. Both are considered to be late first-round or early second-round selections in the June 27 draft.

Wolters, 6-foot-5 and 196 pounds, helped the Jackrabbits reach the NCAA Tournament the past two years and averaged 22.6 points and 5.8 assists as a senior. The St. Cloud, Minn., native has plenty of offensive skills and is trying to convince NBA scouts he has the lateral quickness to defend at the pro level.

Green, 6-3 and 178 pounds, averaged 25 points for the Hokies last season. He has a quick release on his shot and the ability to create off the dribble.

Wisconsin senior Mike Bruesewitz, the 6-6 forward who worked out for the Bucks on Thursday, is back for a second look.

Also included in Monday's workout are 6-8, 241-pound forward Alexandre Paranhos of Brazil; 6-11, 240-pound forward Joffrey Lauvergne of France; and 6-9, 238-pound forward Alex Oriakhi of Missouri.

The Bucks are running a camp for NBA Development League players and free agents on Tuesday through Thursday and will have another workout for draft prospects on Friday.