The Denver Nuggets have a private workout scheduled with Marquette forward Henry Ellenson on Thursday afternoon. Ellenson will be the first player the Nuggets will individually workout this offseason. He is projected to go in the top-10, and is a prototypical stretch-four player.

The team announced Wednesday that it will host an additional six draft-eligible players in a group workout Thursday morning. Those player are:

Josh Adams, Wyoming guard
Kay Feder, Oakland guard
Brice Johnson, North Carolina forward
Chris Obekpa, UNLV forward
Malachi Richardson, Syracuse guard
Guershcon Yabusele, France forward

Ellenson is the real player of interest tomorrow, though.

He scouted as a solid all around player that has the intangibles to be great. A natural scorer, Ellenson was lethal from the field in his only season in college, averaging 17.0 ppg.

He has all the tools to be successful at the next level with solid size, strength, and athleticism to guard both the four and the five.

The raw talent and skill set are there; however, the kid is just 19, meaning team’s will have to patient and smart with the way the help him transition to NBA.

He is a raw player that could blossom into a special two-way player on both ends of the floor.

It is unlikely the Nuggets grab Ellenson with the No. 7 pick due to his youth and raw skill set; however, the Nuggets own the 15th and 19th picks in the draft, so if Ellenson slides to one of those two picks the door opens for Ellenson to find a home in the Mile High City.