VIDEO: John Wall Weighs In On What Wizards Should Do With No. 3 Pick IN 2012 NBA Draft

Now that the Washington Wizards are locked in to the No. 3 pick in the upcoming 2012 NBA Draft, there has been no shortage of opinions from fans and the media alike as to who Washington should choose with the third selection. Recently the team's cornerstone, point guard John Wall, offered up his thoughts on the No. 3 pick. After the jump, check out what Wall had to say.

Video via CSNwashington.com (Wall's remarks begin at the 57-minute mark):

As transcribed by Mike Prada of Bullets Forever:

"I think you need a two-guard, a two or three guard, especially another 2 or 3 to come in and bring a lot of energy," Wall answered. "I think you've got the big man position where we need it at, so I think just between a 2 and 3, we'd be good."

Wall's thoughts on the selections mimic many of the mock drafts circulating, which have the Wizards selecting either Kentucky's Michael Kidd-Gilchrist or Florida's Bradley Beal, both perimeter players.

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