Former Kentucky Wildcats forward/guard Darius Miller was forced to pull out of his workout with the Atlanta Hawks due to a hamstring injury, as reported by Michael Cunningham at the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Darius Miller (hamstring) pulled out of #Hawks workout today. Expected to reschedule.— Michael Cunningham (@ajchawks) June 19, 2012
Miller, at 6' 7", is projected to play small forward in the NBA and Draft Express has the senior being picked somewhere in the second round of the draft. Last season, Miller averaged just under 10 points a game on a roster filled with especially talented freshmen such as Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.
Hopefully this injury doesn't terribly damage Miller's draft stock, since he's already projected to be a second round pick anyway.