2011 NBA Draft: Marshon Brooks Headlines Wednesday's Wizards Workout

The Wizards have another busy day of workouts Wednesday, as they welcome La'Shard Anderson, Marshon Brooks, Shelvin Mack, Jamel Mclean, Adrian Oliver and Malcolm Thomas to the Verizon Center. 

Of the six players, only Brooks is consistently projected to be picked in the first round. The former Providence College star was the best guard in the Big East last season not named Kemba Walker. He led the conference in scoring at 24.6 points per game, showing flashes of dominance in leading a frisky Friars squad that knocked off ranked opponents Louisville and Villanova. 

Brooks's skill-set most likely makes him too similar to Jordan Crawford and Nick Young for the Wizards to take him unless he somehow falls to the second round, but he's a true two-guard with the range and athleticism to be a solid scorer off the bench. 

Mack is another excellent shooter, and a proven winner after playing in the last two national title games at Butler. He's a projected second-round pick, but players with that kind of winning pedigree generally find ways to stick around the league for a while (see: Steve Blake). 

Mclean and Thomas are the only two front court players in the group. Neither project to be first-round picks, but both have good size and are proven rebounders at the college level. 

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