ANN ARBOR -- Michigan sophomore Moritz Wagner is in Milwaukee today for a workout with the Bucks, the team announced on social media.
Wagner said last Friday at the NBA Combine in Chicago that he planned to work out for the Brooklyn Nets and Detroit Pistons this week, and hoped to schedule more.
The Bucks made the list.
Milwaukee holds the No. 17 and No. 48 picks in the June 22 draft.
One of the rising teams in the Eastern Conference, part of the Bucks' young core of players include forward Thon Maker, who was the team's top pick in last year's draft; and center Giannis Antetokounmpo and power forward Mirza Teletovic, who are both signed to long-term deals.
Wagner, along with teammates D.J. Wilson, has until May 24 to decide to remain eligible for the draft or return to Michigan for his junior season.
ESPN.com's Chad Forde currently predicts Wagner being taken by the Utah Jazz with the No. 30 overall pick in the draft in his most recent mock draft.
DraftExpress.com, meanwhile, does not list Wagner as a first- or second-round pick.
Wagner has said that the first round will be the cutoff for his decision to stay in college or turn pro.
"If I have a feeling that a team believes in me that much to draft me in the first round, I have to seriously consider that," Wagner said last week. "As long as I don't have that feeling, I won't risk losing (two) years of eligibility at Michigan."