(St. Francis, WI) — Wisconsin forward Vitto Brown is among the latest players to audition for the Bucks. The team’s preparations for the June 22nd draft continued on Tuesday after the man in charge of the draft, general manager John Hammond, said he was leaving to take the same job in Orlando. The Journal Sentinel says Hammond’s apparent successor, Justin Zanik, has been fully involved in the Bucks’ draft preparations, as well as the team’s other front office functions since he was hired as Hammond’s top assistant last summer. Meanwhile, former Badger Brown was among six players who had pre-draft workouts with the Bucks Tuesday along guards Malcolm Hill of Illinois and Zak Irvin of Michigan, and forwards Tony Bradley of North Carolina, Eric Mika of BYU, and Paris Bass of Detroit Mercy. Bass spent last season with Erie in the NBA Developmental League.