Former Ohio State guard David Lighty is among the prospects working out in a free agent mini-camp being held by the Milwaukee Bucks.
Lighty was named second-team All-Big Ten following his senior year in 2011, when he averaged 12.5 points and 1.5 steals. He wasn’t selected in the NBA Draft, and has spent the previous two seasons playing overseas.
This past season, Lighty played for Nanterre of the French league, averaging 12.5 points in 35 games.
Ex-Akron forward Nate Linhart and former Cleveland State guard Cedric Jackson (Cleveland, Washington, San Antonio) are also participating in the Bucks’ mini-camp, which began Monday.
Others taking part in the camp:
Tom Abercrombie, G, Washington State/New Zealand
Craig Brackens, F, Iowa State/NBA
Dwight Buycks, G, Marquette/D-League
Gary Flowers, F, Southern Mississippi/D-League
Sundiata Gaines, G, Georgia/NBA
Jonathon Gibson, G, New Mexico State/Turkey
Mickell Gladness, C, Alabama A&M/NBA
Ricky Hickman, G, UNC-Greensboro/Israel
Tyler Honeycutt, F, UCLA/NBA
Dennis Horner, F, NC State/D-League
Rick Jackson, F, Syracuse/D-League
Damion James, F, Texas/NBA
Dominique Jones, F, South Florida/NBA
Gal Mekel, G, Wichita State/Israel
Hamady N’Diaye, C, Rutgers/Senegal
K.C. Rivers, G/F, Clemson/Russia
Salim Stoudamire, G, Arizona/Venzuela
Jermaine Taylor, G, Central Florida/NBA
Terrico White, G, Mississippi/Serbia
Chris Wright, G, Georgetown/D-League
The camp concludes Wednesday.