NBA Draft 2012: Harrison Barnes Will Work Out For Wizards On Tuesday

The Washington Wizards continue to do their due diligence in advance of this month's draft, hosting yet another potential No. 3 pick on Tuesday. North Carolina's Harrison Barnes will be in town to run through drills and workout for the Wizards' brass. The small forward was considered the top prospect in his high school class, but his play has been underwhelming at times in Chapel HIll. But he's still a consensus top-five pick worth scouting further, and he'll come in tomorrow with two fellow forwards. Via Bullets Forever:

Harrison Barnes will work out for the Wizards tomorrow, along with Syracuse's Kris Joseph and Northwestern's John Shurna.

Joseph is from Montreal but played his high school ball locally at Archbishop Carroll for his final two seasons. His brother is also on Mike Lonergan's staff at George Washington. He has the size, athleticism, and shooting range to make an NBA roster.

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