Kentucky and LSU will host NBA Combines in mid-October, according to multiple reports.Kentucky will run a combine for the second straight year from Oct. 11-12, while LSU will run one for the first year Oct. 13-14. Evan Daniels of Scout first reported the Kentucky dates, while Jon Rothstein of CBSSports.com first reported the LSU dates. According to DraftExpress.com, Kentucky features players projected to go No. 1 (Skal Labissiere), No. 6 (Jamal Murray), No. 18 (Isaiah Briscoe), No. 28 (Marcus Lee) and No. 58 (Alex Poythress) in the 2016 NBA Drft. LSU features 6-foot-10 forward Ben Simmons, the projected No. 2 pick who many feel should go No. 1, the projected No. 29 pick in Tim Quarterman and freshman guard Antonio Blakeney. “UK has more depth which makes a combine much more interesting,” one veteran NBA scout said. “LSU has three top prospects but lacks depth for a quality combine.” A year ago, all 30 NBA teams attended Kentucky’s initial combine, and six Wildcats were selected in the 2015 NBA Draft. AAU programs like the Albany City Rocks and PSA Cardinals then followed suit and held their own combines for college coaches.