Here is the list Kicks training camp list:
Archdeacon Ryan, 28, G, 195, 6-3
Jaylen Brunson’s college teammate stuck in the NBA because of his determination and qualities that endeared him to head coach Tom Thibodeau.
RJ Barrett, 22, G/F, 214, 6-6
Barrett, one of the faces of the franchise, has improved in each of his three seasons as a pro.
All eyes will be on the big offseason acquisition that is supposed to solve the Knicks’ point guard woes.
Evan Fournier, 29, G/F, 205, 6-6
A benchtop microwave output role may be well suited for a sharpshooting wing.
Quentin Grimes, 22, G, 210, 6-4
As the fans’ choice starting point guard, Grimes is coming off an impressive performance in the Las Vegas Summer League.
Isaiah Hartenstein, 24, C, 250, 7-0
Shooting, rim-protecting and playing the big man, the former Clipper gives the Knicks a different dimension.
Ferron Hunt, 23, G/F, 195, 6-8
The versatile Hunt, a G-League standout last year, could enter the Knicks’ plans on the wing at some point this season.
DaQuan Jeffries, 25, G, 222, 6-5
A journeyman guard who has played for the Kings, Rockets and Grizzlies and could fight for a roster spot.
Trevor Kells, 19, G, 221, 6-5
The Knicks’ lone draft pick will spend a lot of time on the jump shot against Westchester.
Miles McBride, 22, G, 195, 6-1
McBride’s ceiling appears to be as a backup NBA point guard, but that opportunity isn’t expected to come this season.
Svi Mykhailiuk, 25, G/F, 205, 6-7
The former Kansas star, known for his jumper, turned around.
Emmanuel Quickley, 23, G, 190, 6-3
His 3-point shooting peaked in his second season, but his overall game has improved.
Julius Randle, 27, F/C, 250, 6-8
After the addition of Randle Brunson in the offseason, he will have to adjust to playing without the ball.
Cam Radish, 23, G/F, 217, 6-8
Thibodeau hasn’t warmed to the Reds since being acquired in January. His future may lie elsewhere.
Mitchell Robinson, 24, C, 240, 7-0
The elite shot-blocking big man is back on a big contract and will be counted on to round out the defense again.
Derek Rose, 33, G, 200, 6-2
A veteran and Thibodeau favorite, he appeared in 26 games last year due to injury.
Jericho Sims, 23, C, 250, 6-9
A talented rim-running, shot-blocking, third-string center who probably won’t cause, barring injuries.
Obi Toppin, 24, F/C, 220, 6-9
A promising young player, Toppin has shown flashes of brilliance in limited opportunities.
Garrison Brooks, 23, F/C, 230, 6-9
With an Exhibit 10 contract, expect the traditional forward to play for the Westchester Knicks this season.
Nuni Omot, 27, G/F, 200, 6-9
A recent training camp addition, Omote will try to fit in with the Kicks after spending the past several seasons overseas.