Josh Jackson completed his 2nd workout in less than a week for the Los Angeles Lakers, Lakers Nation reports. The first workout was held in Sacramento last week. Jackson must have impressed the Lakers enough for them to get interested in taking a second look. The 2nd workout took place Tuesday afternoon after the Lakers held one earlier in the morning for former Kentucky guard De'Aaron Fox.

Josh Jackson was also a one-and-done player this past season in college basketball. The Los Angeles Lakers have been busy lately as they also worked out Lonzo Ball last Tuesday, the player who most believe they will pick at No. 2 in this year's draft.

The Lakers also plan on bringing in the No. 1 projected pick Markelle Fultz sometime before the draft as well. However, because of Jackson's talent, he's been one of the players that have remained a top-five projected pick along with Fultz and Ball since the end of the NCAA Basketball season.

After his 2nd workout with the Lakers, Jackson spoke to the media about the difference with his first workout. "I was kind of in my comfort zone back then," Jackson said. "Today I got out of my comfort zone a little bit and working with their training staff. I think both went pretty good."

College stats and performance

While playing for the Kansas Jayhawks, Jackson was one of the most talked about prospects throughout his only season at the University. He averaged 16.3 PPG, 7.4 RPG, and 3.0 APG. He led the Jayhawks to the Elite Eight round of the NCAA tournament.

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They would eventually lose to a lower No. 3 seeded Oregon Ducks.

Possible destinations

Josh Jackson is sure to be a guaranteed top-five pick in the 2017 NBA Draft. However, his skills may not be needed in either of the first three teams that will be picking in the draft who are in more need of guards. However, Jackson skills could be perfect for the Phoenix Suns who hold the No. 4 pick in the draft. The Suns [VIDEO] are pretty set in their backcourt with Eric Bledsoe and Devin Booker. If they add a talented player like Jackson who can play the three spot, it could bring them a step closer to being a serious competitor in the Western Conference.

The Orlando Magic, who holds the No. 6 pick in the draft could use the versatility of Jackson. If picked up by the Magic, the team will be the best chance to have the ball in his hands a lot as they desperately need a star player to center their franchise around. Either way, Jackson will most likely end up playing somewhere warm in his rookie season.