The Washington Wizards will be hosting six potential prospects on Monday, the team announced, when group workouts ahead of the draft officially begin.

The 2019 NBA Draft is on June 20, and the Wizards have the ninth pick overall. The team still does not have a general manager, however, so it is still unclear who will be running point when they're on the clock.

Here's who the team is working out Monday afternoon at Entertainment and Sports Arena:

  • Shizz Alston (Guard, Temple): Alston had a record-setting senior campaign leading the Owls to a 23-10 record and a trip to the NCAA Tournament. He earned First Team All-American Athletic Conference and All-Big 5 honors and led the AAC and Big 5 in scoring (19.7 ppg) and free throw percentage with a school record .908. 
  • Shannon Bogues (Guard, Stephen F. Austin): In his senior year, Bogues led the Southland Conference in total points (536) and minutes played per game (36:06), as well as assists per game (3.6), free throw percentage (78.6 percent), three-pointers per game (2.20), field goal attempts (424) and field goals made (178). 
  • Jamall Gregory (Guard, Jacksonville State): As a senior, Gregory had a team-best 62 steals and ranked 35th in the NCAA with an average of 2.0 steals per game. 
  • Trey Mourning (Forward, Georgetown): As a redshirt senior, Mourning -- the son of legend Alonzo Mourning -- averaged 6.3 points and 3.8 rebounds per game in 26 games (11 starts). Mourning missed the 2017-18 season due to hip surgery. He finished his career with averages of 3.2 points and 3.8 rebounds per game.
  • Ed Polite Jr. (Forward, Radford): Polite finished as the all-time leading rebounder in Radford history and ranks second in the history of the Big South with 1,119 career rebounds. He also ranks second in program history with 199 career steals and seventh in program history with 1,558 career points scored. He was the Big South Defensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2018-19.
  • Trey Porter (Forward, Nevada): As a senior, he started all 34 games, averaging 7.2 points and 4.7 rebounds per game while shooting 60.1 percent from the field.  

Missing from Monday's list are North Carolina guard Coby White and Kentucky forward Keldon Johnson. NBC Sports Washington's Chase Hughes reported last week that the two would be brought in at some point. They obviously still could be brought in as the week goes on.