The Wizards are hosting another round of prospects for pre-draft workouts on Monday. 

This group of six players doesn't include any names linked to the Wizards with the ninth overall pick of the NBA Draft, but could interest Washington as it looks to build out the Go-Go roster or take a second look at players in summer league. 

Three of the prospects visiting the Entertainment and Sports Arena Monday have ties to the Washington area, while one hails from Cameroon and plays professionally in Italy.

Here's a look at the group:

Brandon Better, guard, Southern Utah (6-3, 185 lbs.) 

A Suitland, Maryland, native, Better went to Crossland High School and played AAU basketball in Washington.

He started 16 of 33 games played for the Thunderbirds as a senior, when he was the team's second leading scorer with 12.2 points per contest. He also shot 34.9 percent from three-point territory. 

Joe Cremo, guard, Villanova (6-4, 191 lbs.)

Cremo hails from Scotia, New York, and transferred to Villanova after three seasons at the University of Albany. After jumping from the Amerca East to the Big East Conference, Cremo played in 36 games for the Wildcats and started in five. 

He averaged 4.0 points in 16.6 minutes per contest, but is known primarily as a three-point shooter on the wing. He hit four three-pointers in a February contest against St. John's. Cremo also played in all three Big East Tournament games. 

Jon Davis, guard, Charlotte (6-3, 200 lbs.)

Another DMV local, Davis hails from Upper Marlboro, Maryland, and played high school basketball at Hargrave Military Academy.


He finished up his senior season as one of the all-time greatest players in Charlotte 49ers history. His 2,113 career points are good for the third most in school history. The team MVP in 2018-19, he averaged 21.7 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game. 

Such success is remarkable considering Davis played for three head coaches in his four years at Charlotte. 

Malik Dunbar, forward, Auburn (6-6, 230 lbs.)

Dunbar is an interesting case, known for athletic dunks and formidable size. According to the Auburn Plainsman, his build and explosiveness have drawn attention from NFL teams.

Getting back to basketball, Dunbar started 13 of 39 games he played as a senior, averaging 6.6 points and 3.2 rebounds per contest. Off the court, the South Carolina native was a valuable locker room leader during Auburn's Final Four run last season. 

Paul Eboua, forward, Africa (6-8, 214 lbs.)

Eboua is a Cameroonian 19-year-old who plays for the Roseto Sharks of Italy Seria A2. He has also played for the Stella Azzurra Junior Team based in Rome. With Roseto, he averaged 5.3 points and 3.4 rebounds per game, starting 20 of 35 contests played. 

According to ESPN draft analyst Jonathan Givony, Eboua's wingspan and defensive potential could lure the NBA. 

Kaleb Johnson, forward, Georgetown (6-7, 220 lbs.)

A native of South Hill, Virginia, Johnson was ranked the No. 19 small forward in the country coming out of high school. He started every game for the Hoyas a junior before transitioning to a bench role his senior season. 

Johnson put up 4.4 points and 2.9 rebounds in a little under 13 minutes per game last season. Known as a leader on the basketball court, Johnson has also been recognized for his academic achievements at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business. 

His brother is projected first-round pick Keldon Johnson of Kentucky.