Former Ohio State forward Jae’Sean Tate’s hopes of landing with an NBA team will take another step before the week is out. During a Wednesday interview on Dan Dakich’s radio show on the heels of a workout with the Indiana Pacers, Tate said he’s headed out shortly to work out for a fourth team.

“I go to Milwaukee on Friday,” he said. “Just going to keep the train rolling. I’m just trying to show what I have.”

The Bucks will be the fourth team to host Tate for a pre-draft workout. In addition to the Pacers, Tate has worked out for Utah and Chicago.

Tate told Dakich what a workout is like and said he hadn’t yet had any interviews with teams.

“You come in and you’ve got to fill out a lot of paperwork, have a physical, then they test vertical leap, explosion, body fat, stuff like that,” he said. “On the court you do a lot of competition, 1 on 1, 2 on 2, 3 on 3, 4 on 4 full court, and then you finish up with 100 game shots. It’s not too long of a day, but when you’re out there, you’re working hard.”

In an interview with the Pacers’ official team site, Tate answered questions about being an undersized player as well as an energy guy.

“Any team needs a guy who brings energy,” he said. “There’s going to be ups and downs in the game and throughout my career I’ve always been a guy who can give it. not saying I’m going to go out there and score 50 points, but I can get the team going if that’s what need be.”

 @OhioStateHoops’s @o_tate_ prides himself on his versatility. He thinks it can help get him to the next level.

— Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) June 14, 2018

Asked about his biggest focus right now, Tate said, “Just showing teams that I’m able to guard multiple positions, be versatile, just be a great defender who makes tough plays.”