"You want to be yourself when you come to these workouts," Johnson-Odom said. "Our (Marquette) practices really prepared me for these workouts. You're going to have days where you have to go back-to-back. It's going to get crazy for me after the combine (the pre-draft camp in Chicago). "I'm going to be a player and I'm going to be a defender. I don't care if I have to go to D-League, whatever you need me to do to help the program, that's what I'm willing to do."Gotta love NBA Draft prospects -- in this case Darius Johnson-Odom -- mentioning the D-League in a positive light.