The Washington Wizards will have six more prospects in for predraft workouts on Monday, headlined by Arkansas forward Bobby Portis.
Portis has been projected by several mock drafts to land with the Wizards at #19, giving Washington a young, versatile frontcourt threat to complement the team's stellar backcourt of John Wall and Bradley Beal.
LSU F Jarell Martin, Eastern Washington G Tyler Harvey, Green Bay G Kiefer Sykes, Arkansas G Rashad Madden and Dayton G Jordan Sibert round out the group of players visiting D.C. on Monday.
Per Jake Whitacre of SB Nation, Harvey might be the gem of the remaining five:
The other player worth keeping an eye on in Monday's workout is Tyler Harvey, who has some Stephen Curry-lite potential, at least based on the numbers. Harvey and Curry are the only two players since 1996 to average four threes, four free throw attempts and two assists per game while shooting 43 percent from beyond the arc, according to College Basketball-Reference.Back to the Washington Wizards Newsfeed