Potential First-Round Pick Jarrett Culver Visited the Bulls for a Workout

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Potential First-Round Pick Jarrett Culver Visited the Bulls for a Workout

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Well, it’s about time the Bulls worked out a prospect that’s suited for a No. 7 overall pick.

Jarrett Culver posted on his Instagram story yesterday that he was in Chicago, specifically at the Advocate Center Bulls Training Facility. And today, the Bulls confirmed that he did, in fact, have his official work out with the team Tuesday morning.

Much like their previous workouts, the Bulls even released some pictures for us to take a look:

In the series of photos, Culver can be seen chatting it up with head coach Jim Boylen, and it’d be interesting to know who else from the team may have stopped by to greet him. Considering the Bulls had a group of current players putting in some offseason time at the gym last night, it’s possible some of them hung out with Culver during that time or earlier today.

Bringing in Culver as their first pre-draft workout for the No. 7 spot points to the fact that the organization is pretty darn interested in what he brings to the table. With that said, it’s hard to imagine Culver dropping to the No. 7 spot at the moment, especially when you consider that he’s already reportedly worked out with the Knicks, Cavs, Lakers and Suns. In addition, reported by Sports Illustrated in their recent mock draft, the Suns (who pick one spot in front of the Bulls) are very high on Culver.

The general consensus about Culver’s workouts have appeared positive, so we’ll be looking out for any more information that may leak out about the workout. Nonetheless, it’s nice to finally have some kind of idea about who the Bulls have eyes on, other than the assumed point guards.

For a closer look at Culver with his stats, strengths, weakness and all that jazz, make sure to go check him out in our “Getting to Know Bulls Potential Prospects” series.

(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Author: Elias Schuster

Elias Schuster is a writer for Bleacher Nation and a human being. You can follow him on Twitter @Schuster_Elias.