NBA Draft 2011: Chris Singleton, Marcus Morris Headline Washington Wizards Workout Tuesday

The Washington Wizards will hold an important 2011 NBA Draft workout at the Verizon Center on Tuesday, with several possible candidates for the No. 18 and possibly even No. 6 picks in the house. Chris Singleton, a forward from Florida State, will headline the six-man group, four of whom have been rumored to be selected by the Wizards in different NBA Mock Drafts.

The other key players coming to the Verizon Center are UCLA swingman Tyler Honeycutt, Tennessee forward Tobias Harris and Kansas forward Marcus Morris. Purdue's E'Twaun Moore and UTEP's Julyan Stone are also scheduled to participate, but are not expected to be high picks in the draft. 

Morris, Singleton, Harris and Honeycutt are projected to go No. 10, 12, 19 and 23 in the latest Draft Express mock draft. All three can potentially play small forward, a major area of need for the Wizards right now. 

For more on the Wizards, visit Bullets Forever.

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