The Trail Blazers on Monday held their ninth predraft workout of the offseason, evaluating six NBA Draft prospects at the practice facility in Tualatin.

The group did not feature any players projected to go in the first round, but did include one prospect with Oregon ties: Center Tony Woods.

Woods played his final two seasons with the University of Oregon after transferring from Wake Forest prior to his junior season. Woods, a 6-foot-11 center, averaged 8.7 points, 4.7 rebounds and 1.08 blocks as a senior, when he helped the Ducks reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. As a junior, he blocked 51 shots — setting Oregon’s single-season record — and ended his two-year Oregon career with 91 blocks, the third-highest career total in school history.

The rest of Monday’s predraft visitors include: Colton Iverson, a 7-foot center from Colorado State; Kenny Boynton, a 6-2 guard from Florida; Lorenzo Brown, a 6-5 guard from North Carolina State; James Southerland, a 6-8 forward from Syracuse; Rodney Williams, a 6-7 forward from Minnesota.