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NBA Draft 2013: Khalif Wyatt, Scotty Hopson, Nick Minnerath among Summer League invitees

Teams have continued signing players and offering summer league invites to the remaining undrafted free agents. Five prospects from SB Nation's top 15 undrafted list remain without an agreement, though.

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It's been less than one day since the 2013 NBA Draft on Thursday and teams have quickly picked through what remains in the undrafted free agent barrel. SB Nation's Scott Schroeder discussed the top 15 remaining talents that were not drafted on Thursday, and only five remain without a free agent deal or summer league invite.

Jackie Carmichael, Trevor Mbakwe, B.J. Young, D.J. Cooper and Michael Snaer are the five players without a destination from Schroeder's list.

- Scotty Hopson will join the Miami Heat during summer league. Hopson played overseas last year and averaged 19.0 points and 5.4 rebounds per game. Prior to playing in Israel, the swingman played for the Tennessee Volunteers.

- While Minnesota's Mbakwe has not reached an agreement with a team yet, the Philadelphia 76ers could be one of his landing spots. Fellow Gopher Rodney Williams signed with Philadelphia Friday morning.

- Temple's Khalif Wyatt will join the Sixers' summer league team. Wyatt had worked out previously for Philadelphia and will have another opportunity to make an impression on the organization. He averaged 20.5 points per game for the Owls.

- Detroit's Nick Minnerath will join the Sacramento Kings in summer league. The 6'9 forward averaged 14.6 points and 5.9 rebounds per game and will join former Titan teammate Ray McCallum Jr., who was drafted by the Kings on Thursday.

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