Wizards workout tracker: Big, big, big day

Wizards workout tracker: Big, big, big day
June 18, 2014, 10:30 am
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The Wizards plan to work out draft prospects this week through Thursday. Here's a look at some of the six expected at the Verizon Center on Tuesday, followed by a running list of all those bigs, wings and guards that have made their way to Chinatown.

Washington owns the 46th overall pick in the June 26th draft. The Wizards will also need to fill out their summer league roster. Perhaps they will do so by bringing with them to Las Vegas one of not one, not two, but three 7-footers working out on Wednesday:

  • Jordan Bachynski, Arizona State, C, 7-foot-2: The 24-year-old ranks 59th on Draft Express' Top 100 prospect list. Swatted four shots per game last season while averaging 11.5 points and 8.2 rebounds. Scored 25 points against Texas in ASU's NCAA Tournament second-round loss.
  • Sim Bhullar, New Mexico State, C, 7-foot-5: Now this is what you call a mountain of a man. The 360-pounder left school after his sophomore season, during which he blocked 3.3 shots, grabbed 7.8 rebounds and shot 64 percent from the field. The big question is: does he have the athleticism to guard NBA players? Ranked 90th by DE.
  • Ian Chiles, Morgan State, C, 7-foot-2: Not to be confused with IUPUI's Ian Chiles. Roamed the lane for the Bears over the past four seasons with his scoring average increasing each campaign to 15.6 points per game as a senior. 
  • Others expected include Philipp Neumann (Germany, F/C, 6-foot-11), Cameron Clark (Oklahoma, F, 6-foot-7) and Earnest Ross (G, Missouri, 6-foot-5)

In addition to their basic information, we've added the player's slot on DraftExpress.com's list of the top 100 prospects plus additional draft links to CSNwashington articles. 

Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Greece F, 6-foot-8 (Draft Express ranking - 61)

Keith Appling, Michigan State, PG, 6-foot-1 (73)

Billy Baron, Canisius, G, 6-foot-2 (unranked)

Jerrelle Benimon, Towson, F, 6-foot-8 (unranked)

Khem Birch, UNLV, F, 6-foot-9 (53)

Alec Brown, Green Bay, C, 7-foot-1 (71)

Deonte Burton, Nevada, G, 6-foot-1 (35)

Semaj Christon, Xavier, G, 6-foot-3 (58)

Chris Crawford, Memphis, G, 6-foot-4 (unranked)

Justin Cobbs, California, G, 6-foot-4 (unranked)

Bryce Cotton, Providence, PG, 6-foot-1 (85)

Sam Dower, Gonzaga, PF, 6-foot-9 (unranked)

Jarell Eddie, Virginia Tech, G/F, 6-foot-7 (unranked)

Tim Frazier, Penn State, G, 6-foot-1 (unranked)

Josh Huestis, Stanford, F, 6-foot-7 (53)

Cory Jefferson, Baylor, F, 6-foot-9 (57)

Nick Johnson, Arizona, G, 6-foot-3 (48)

Alex Kirk, New Mexico, C, 7-foot-0 (90)

Roy Devyn Marble, Iowa, SG, 6-foot-6 (50)

Frantz Massenat, Drexel, G, 6-foot-4

Jordan McRae, Tennessee, SG, 6-foot-6 (65)

Daniel Miller, Georgia Tech, C, 6-foot-11 (unranked)

Lamar Patterson, Pittsburgh, SF, 6-foot-6 (67)

LaQuinton Ross, Ohio State, F, 6-foot-8 (52)

Will Sheehey, Indiana, F, 6-foot-7 (unranked)

Markel Starks, Georgetown, PG, 6-foot-2 (81)

Okaro White, Florida State, F, 6-foot-9 (unranked)

Kendall Williams, New Mexico, PG, 6-foot-4 (96)   

*ranking at time of workout

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