May 21, 2011

Options at sixth for Washington Wizards

Five options at No. 6
Enes Kanter 1
6-11, PF, Fr., Kentucky
Very skilled and physical big man. Strong finisher. Limited athleticism. Had dominant performance at Nike Hoops Summit. Could go as high as No. 2.
Kawhi Leonard 1
6-7, SF, Soph., San Diego State
High-motor player with incredible athleticism. Has long arms, big hands and is very versatile. Can play multiple positions but is a ’tweener. Inconsistent jump shot.
Tristan Thompson 1
6-9, PF, Fr., Texas
Considered to be small for a PF but is a versatile scorer and an impressive offensive rebounder. A decent shot blocker with a
7-2 wingspan.
Marcus Morris (above left)
6-9 PF-SF, Jr., Kansas
The more versatile of the Jayhawks’ twin front line, can play either forward position. Good footwork, can score inside or outside. Lacks elite athleticism.
Markieff Morris
(above right)
6-10, PF, Jr., Kansas
The bulkier of the Jayhawks’ twin front line, loves to bang inside and do dirty work. A bit raw offensively but can finish at the rim, rebound and play defense.
(Jan Vesely, Jonas Valanciunas and Bismack Biyombo are also considered options at No. 6, but they were not participants in the Chicago combine.)
Michael Lee

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