Scoochie Smith works out for Toronto Raptors

Former Dayton point guard attends pre-draft workout


Former Dayton Flyers point guard Scoochie Smith worked out with the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday at the BioSteel Centre in Toronto.

This was the fifth day of pre-draft workouts for the Raptors. Purdue’s Caleb Swanigan, North Carolina’s Nate Britt, Virginia’s Austin Nichols, Houston’s Damyean Dotson and Southeast Missouri’s Antonius Cleveland also worked out in Smith’s group.

RELATED: Smith honored by Agonis Club

Smith finished his Dayton career in March with 1,289 points. He played in the Portsmouth Invitational in April and graduated from UD on May 7. He’s been working on starting his own online clothing business.

RELATED: UD hires director of player development

The NBA Draft is June 22 at the Barclays Center in Brookyn, N.Y. Dayton has not had a player drafted since Negele Knight in 1990. The Phoenix Suns selected Knight in the second round.


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