Prospect Profiles: Wizards bring in six players for pre-draft workouts on June 3

With the NBA Draft season in the air, it's time to start looking at some prospects. The Wizards announced they are bringing in six players on June 3 for their first day of pre-draft workouts. Let's take a brief look at each of these players.

- Position: Guard
- Height: 6'4"
- Weight: 205 lbs
- College: George Washington

Originally from Baltimore, MD, Brendan Adams spent his first three seasons at the University of Connecticut before returning to the DMV. After three seasons at UConn, Adams transferred to George Washington University where he spent his final two collegiate seasons.

After playing primarily as a role player for his first four collegiate seasons, Adams broke out during the 2022-23 season with GWU. He started in 32 games, played nearly 38 minutes per game, and averaged 17.4 points on efficient .470/.379/.835 shooting splits.

- Position: Forward
- Height: 6'8"
- Weight: 240 lbs
- College: Providence

Ed Croswell spent his first two collegiate seasons with La Salle before transferring to the Big East and putting on his Providence Friars jersey. He then spent three seasons at Providence, and most recently helped the Friars make an impressive run to the NCAA Tournament.

During his senior season, Croswell averaged 13.3 points per game on 61.2% shooting from the field while hauling in 7.5 rebounds. At 6-foot-8 and 240 lbs., Croswell plays bigger than his height. He uses his strength to establish position down low and then does a nice job of finishing with nice footwork and soft touch.

- Position: Guard
- Height: 6'5"
- Weight: 191 lbs
- College: Marshall

A 5-year producer for the Marshall Thundering Herd, Taevion Kinsey is a unique draft prospect. After coming off the bench during his freshman season, Kinsey started the following four years, acting as a dynamic, do-it-all guard. At 6-foot-5, he uses his length and springy athleticism to blow by defenders, snake dribble off screens, and pick apart defenses with his mid-range touch.

During his senior season at Marshall, Kinsey averaged 22.1 points per game on .542/.404/.744 shooting splits to go along with 5.4 assists and 4.9 rebounds.

- Position: Guard
- Height: 6'1"
- Weight: 190 lbs
- College: South Alabama

Isaiah Moore, originally from Temple Hills, Maryland, spent four years at Franklin Pierce University before transferring to South Alabama where he had a phenomenal 2022-23 season. He averaged 18.9 points per game on 53% shooting from the field (an especially efficient mark for a guard) to go along with 4.6 assists and 3.3 rebounds.

"I actually came to the [Wizards] camp as a kid and got MVP here when I was younger, it's a great thing coming back actually playing for the team getting, getting this opportunity, seizing it." Moore said to the media gathered at the MedStar Health Practice Center.

Wizards Draft Workout: June 3, 2023

- Position: Guard
- Height: 5'8"
- Weight: 160 lbs
- College: Kansas State

Markquis Nowell took the nation by storm during the 2023 NCAA Tournament. Despite being undersized at 5-foot-8, he was arguably the top performer in March Madness, leading his Kansas State Wildcats to the Elite Eight.

During his four NCAA Tournament games, Nowell averaged 23.5 points on .446/.419/.920 shooting splits. While he's a strong scorer, perhaps his most impressive skill is his ability to manipulate opposing defenses with his vision. During his March Madness run, he averaged a whopping 13.5 assists per game.

"Passing is fun to me, I like to add my different flairs with my passes." Nowell said following his workout.

- Position: Forward
- Height: 6'10"
- Weight: 250 lbs
- College: Louisiana State

KJ Williams was a four-year standout at Murray State before transferring to LSU for his fifth collegiate season. A powerful stretch-four, Williams averaged 17.7 points per game on 49% shooting from the field and 41.1% shooting from deep to go along with 7.7 rebounds in his final season with the Tigers.

Wizards Draft Workout: Media Availability - June 3, 2023