The New York Knicks hosted several players for workouts yesterday at their training center in Westchester County, N.Y., including a sharpshooter--Andrew Goudelock.

The 6' 2 senior guard from the College of Charleston averaged 23.7 points last year--many of them from way downtown. His three-point shooting percentage was 41%.

Scouts have described him as a bit slow and his defense is average, but he could have a lot of value as a shooting guard. He's unlikely to run the point.

Goudelock is Charleston's all-time leading scorer, and his celebrated coach, Bobby Cremins, said, His shooting is uncanny, just uncanny. It's really spectacular. It's a sight to behold.

Goudelock has worked out for the Pistons, Thunder, Lakers, Bucks, Heat, Bobcats, Hawks, Celtics, Magic and Nets.

Goudelock will probably get picked in the second round of the NBA draft on June 23 in Newark. The Knicks don't have a second-round pick, but they may buy one from another team.

The other players to work out with the Knicks yesterday were Villanova's Corey Fisher (G), Rhode Island's Delroy James (F), Georgia's Trey Tompkins (F), Butler's Matt Howard (F) and Notre Dame's Carlton Scott (F).