Wizards draft tracker: Who's visited D.C.

Wizards draft tracker: Who's visited D.C.
June 19, 2013, 2:15 pm
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Eight days from now, we'll be done with projecting which players the Wizards draft and start projecting how said players fit into the 2013-14 plans and beyond. Until then, we keep grinding (I hear that's how the hip kids refer to working hard) out the coverage as the prospects visit D.C. for workouts.

The group set for Wednesday includes three international players and three way under-the-radar college prospects including Santa Clara guard Kevin Foster, none of whom are projected into the second round [Sidebar - I watched Foster play live twice against George Mason in the CBI finals. He can flat out score and his quality offensive moves. The issue is at 6-foot-2 he lacks the size for NBA wing guards. If Foster can show teams he has combo guard skills, who knows.)

Here's our running tally of those that have already had their day in front of the Wizards decision makers along with links to CSNwashington stories about the prospects. Oh, it doesn't look like Alex Len will be stopping by the Verizon Center - both sides have talked plenty and Washington scouted him often at Maryland - but CSN went to the 7-1 center this week.

The latest draft profiles: We have your top-3 options including Nerlens Noel and Otto Porter Jr. plus interesting round two options like Mike Muscala and today's profile on Glen Rice Jr. where you can also find the entire list of draft profiles.


Malcolm Armstead (G, Wichita State, 6-0)

Keion Bell (G, Missouri, 6-4)

Anthony Bennett (F, UNLV, 6-7 --interview only)

Laurence Bowers (F, Missouri, 6-8)

Tyler Brown (G, Illinois St, 6-4)

Rotnei Clarke (G, Butler, 6-0)

Demetrius Conger (F, St. Bonaventure, 6-6)

Will Clyburn (G, Iowa State, 6-7)

Gregory Echenique (C, Creighton, 6-9)

Erik Etherly (F, Loyola (MD, 6-7)

Kevin Foster (G, Santa Clara, 6-2)  

Ramon Galloway (G, LaSalle, 6-3)

Jamelle Hagins (F, Delaware, 6-9)

Vander Joaquim (C, Hawaii, 6-10)      

Elijah Johnson (G, Kansas, 6-4)

Karron Johnson (F, Shaw, 6-8)

Oleksandr Lypovyy (F, Ukraine, 6-8)

Bruce Massey (G, Middle Tennessee, 6-3)

Nick Minnerath (F, Detroit, 6-9)

Brock Motum (F, Washington St., 6-10)

Dejan Musli (C, Serbia, 7-0)

Nerlens Noel (C, Kentucky, 6-11)

Ehimen Orukpe (C, Wichita State, 7-0)

Romero Osby (F, Oklahoma, 6-8)

Miguel Paul (G, East Carolina, 6-1)

Mason Plumlee (F, Duke, 6-10)

Otto Porter Jr. (F, Georgetown, 6-8)

D.J. Seeley (G, CS-Fullerton, 6-4)

Angelo Sharpless (G, 6-4, Elizabeth City

Peyton Siva (G, Louisville, 6-0)

James Southerland (F, Syracuse, 6-8)

Dexter Strickland (G, North Carolina, 6-3)

Tahj Tate (G, Delaware State, 6-4) 

Adonis Thomas (F, Memphis, 6-7)

Kellen Thornton (F, Tennessee State, 6-7)

DeShaun Thomas (F/G, Ohio State, 6-7)

Christian Watford (F, Indiana, 6-9)

Tray Woodall (G, Pittsburgh, 6-0)

Khalif Wyatt (G, Temple, 6-3)