Updated Sep 18, 2015 at 3:48p ET
The Milwaukee Bucks on Friday announced their 2015 training camp roster, with the additions of Jon Horford, Josh Powell and Charlie Westbrook.
Milwaukee's training camp opens on Tuesday, Sept. 29, in Madison, following the team's media day on Monday, Sept. 28, in St. Francis.
Horford was undrafted out of Florida, where he played for one season in 2014-15, as a redshirt senior after spending four years at Michigan (2010-14). Horford injured his right foot nine games into his sophomore season and received a medical redshirt. While with the Gators, Horford averaged a career-high 6.5 points and 4.8 rebounds. In 2013 with Michigan, Horford helped the Wolverines reach the national championship game.
Horford is the son of Tito Horford, who played for the Bucks from 1989-90, and brother of Al, who is currently a member of the Atlanta Hawks.
Powell joins the Bucks after spending the 2015-16 campaign on the Houston Rockets' bench as a player development coach. As a player, the seven-year NBA veteran has seen time with seven different teams, with career averages of 3.9 points and 2.9 rebounds over 316 career games. He was a member of the Los Angeles Lakers' NBA title teams in 2009 and 2010.
Milwaukee native Westbrook played collegiately for Iowa Western Community College before starring at the University of South Dakota, where he averaged 17.5 points from 2010-12. He has seen time in the NBA summer league and in the NBA D-League earlier in his career, and spent last season with Hyeres-Touldon of France.
Milwaukee now has 20 players on its roster.