Wizards host Tuesday workouts

Wizards host Tuesday workouts
June 3, 2013, 5:00 pm
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La Salle Explorers guard Ramon Galloway (55) addresses the media in a press conference during practice the day before the semifinals of the West regional of the 2013 NCAA tournament at the Staples Center.

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Another round of draft workouts takes place Tuesday on the Wizards' practice court. Like Monday's session, the expected prospects do not include projected first round selections, but rather those that could hear their names called in round two, if it all. 

Jamelle Hagins, Delaware, F, 6-foot-9, 235 lbs: The lengthy Roanoke native averaged a double-double as a junior and senior with the Blue Hens while swatting at least 2.4 blocks in each of his last three seasons. Averaged 11.6 points, 10.7 rebounds and a CAA-leading 2.4 blocks last season. Ranked 73rd among draft prospects by DraftExpress, the highest among Tuesday's players.

Romero Osby, Oklahoma, F, 6-foot-8, 232 lbs: The rugged power forward ranked third in the Big 12 with 15.8 points last season and scored 22 points in the Sooners' NCAA Tournament loss to San Diego State. Grabbed seven rebounds per game, but only had three games with at least 10. Shot 53 percent from the floor.

Ramon Galloway, LaSalle, G, 6-foot-3, 180 lbs: Finished third in the Atlantic 10 in scoring (17.0), one slot ahead of Butler's Rotnei Clarke, who worked out for the Wizards on Monday. Legitimate deep range (41.2 percent from the college 3-point line), but not legitimate off-guard size. Must show he can play some at point guard; had nearly as many turnovers (3.1) as assists (3.7).

Tray Woodall, Pittsburgh, G, 6-foot-0, 190 lbs: The capable ball handler dished 5.1 assists per game last season with only 2.2 turnovers. Scored a season-high 25 points in a win over St. John's and averaged 11.5 points.

Malcolm Armstead, Wichita State, G, 6-foot-0, 205 lbs: Directed the Shockers offense all the way to the Final Four. Scored 22 points in the opening game against Woodall and Pittsburgh, went for 18 points and six assists versus Galloway and LaSalle, but missed nine of 10 shots in the Final Four loss against Louisville. Averaged 10.7 points, 4.0 assists and 1.9 steals.

Demetrius Conger, St. Bonaventure, F, 6-foot-6, 205 lbs: With Andrew Nicholson headed to the NBA, Conger led the Bonnies in scoring (14.3), rebounds (7.1) and assists (3.2).

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