Jarrett Culver worked out for the Lakers on Saturday and told reporters his skills could assist the team in multiple areas.

The Texas Tech guard elaborated on his well-rounded game and how it might fit in Los Angeles. He listed several strong points to Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka and coach Frank Vogel.

"I just told them just my elite two-way playing, my playmaking ability, scoring, and being able to play defense," Culver said in reference to his talks with Lakers brass.

At 6-6, Culver did it all for the Red Raiders in his sophomore season. He averaged 18.5 points, 6.4 rebounds and 3.7 assists in 2018-19, leading his team in all three categories. His performance earned him Texas Tech's first Big 12 Player of the Year honor.