The 2022 NBA Draft Combine officially began on Wednesday with draft hopefuls from around the country descending on Chicago. Day 1 featured measurements for the arriving players in addition to some drills.

Arizona sent guards Bennedict Mathurin and Dalen Terry and center Christian Koloko to the event. ESPN’s Jonathan Givony provided their measurements.

Koloko was among the players at the Combine with the best reach.

On Tuesday night, the NBA held its annual draft lottery, determining the order of the top of the first round. As expected, the New York Knicks remained at No. 11, and that’s the team Givony continues to predict will be the landing spot for Mathurin.

In his post-lottery mock draft, Givony kept Mathurin at No. 11, saying “this pick won’t solve all their issues, but adding an All-American wing like Mathurin, who is an outstanding perimeter shooter and looks ready to contribute immediately, could make sense, as he can play either wing spot alongside RJ Barrett and has plenty of upside to grow into at just 19 years old.”

Givony also has both Terry and Koloko as early second-round selections, predicting the Cleveland Cavaliers to take Terry with the 39th overall pick and the Minnesota Timberwolves to select Koloko with the 40th selection.

We’ll see if Arizona’s trio can help itself at the Combine. Keep an eye on Terry, who has maintained his eligibility to return to Arizona. He has until June 1 to withdraw from the draft.

Coverage of the Combine begins Thursday, May 19, starting at noon PT on ESPNews and continues at 2 p.m. PT on ESPN2. The second day of coverage will then resume on Friday, May 20, at 10 a.m. PT on ESPN2 with continuing coverage on ESPNews starting at 11 a.m. PT.