The Wizards resume pre-draft workouts Wednesday at Verizon Center.
Wisconsin guard Traevon Jackson and 7-foot-2 center Satnam Singh, who is attempting to become the first player in the NBA from India*, are among the six prospects expected.
Gabriel Olaseni (C, Iowa), Maurice Walker (F, Minnesota), Antoine Mason (G, Auburn) and M.J. Rhett (F, Ole Miss) round out the participants.
Jackson (G, 6-foot-2) averaged 8.1 points and 2.6 assists last season on Wisconsin's Final Four team.
This group does not include any projected first round picks. Draft Express, one of the leading NBA Draft sites, only ranks Singh (70) among the top 100 prospects in the 2015 class.
Singh, 19, left India for the IMG Academy in Florida in 2010.
[* Receiving comments on Twitter and elsewhere about Kings C Sim Bhullar, who last season became the first Indian to play in the NBA. However, Bhullar is from Canada, not India.]
Washington owns the 19th and 49th overall picks in the June 25 NBA Draft.
The Wizards will work out dozens of prospects ahead of the draft. Therefore it makes sense to track them throughout the process.
While their needs could change depending on moves in free agency, the Wizards are in the market for big men depth, backup point guard of the future and a ball-handling scoring threat off the bench.
In addition to listing basic information for the prospects below, we've added the player's slot on DraftExpress.com's list of the top 100 prospects plus additional draft links to CSNwashington.com articles, including the latest NBA mock draft and pre-draft profiles.
June 1 - Jerian Grant (Notre Dame, PG, 6-5); Darian Hooker (G, NYIT, 6-1); Cady Lalanne (C, Massachusetts, 6-10); Stefan Nastic (C, Stanford, 6-11); Juwan Staten (G, West Virginia, 6-1); Delon Wright (PG, Utah, 6-5)
- Homecoming workout for Wizard legacy Grant
- Draft Express rankings: Grant (15), Wright (28) and Lalanne (65).
- Lalanne could hear his named called during the second round. The lengthy big man led the Minutemen in scoring (11.6), rebounds (9.5) and blocks (1.9) last season. Washington lacked a shot blocker on the second unit last season.
June 2 - Dallin Bachynski (C, 7-0, Utah), Will Cummings (G, 6-2, Temple), Amere May (G, 6-1, Delaware State), Jaleel Roberts (C, 7-0, UNC Asheville), Marcus Thornton (G, 6-4, William & Mary), Jarvis Threatt (G, 6-2, D-League/Delaware)
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