Prospect Profiles: Wizards host Antoine Davis, Ricky Lindo Jr. and more for June 7 workout

On Wednesday, June 7, the Washington Wizards brought in Antoine Davis, Ricky Lindo Jr. and four more prospects for a pre-draft workout in D.C. Here's some more information about each of the guys.

- Position: Guard
- Height: 6'1"
- Weight: 180 lbs
- College: Morgan State

During his five-year run at Morgan State, Isaiah Burke took major steps forward in his individual game. After operating primarily as a role player during his first four seasons, he took a huge leap in his fifth year and became one of the most dominant scorers in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. In the 2022-23 season, Burke poured in 18.7 points per game on .451/.420/.719 shooting splits.

- Position: Guard
- Height: 6'1"
- Weight: 165 lbs
- College: Detroit-Mercy

Antoine Davis is one of the most prolific scorers in the history of college hoops. He played five seasons at Detroit-Mercy and scored 23.9 points per game or more in all five seasons. He finished his college career at No. 2 all-time in NCAA Division I points at 3,664. He was just four points shy of passing Pete Maravich at the No. 1 spot. Davis did however set a new NCAA Division I record for 3-pointers made at 588. J.J. Redick is second at 457.

Now, Davis will look to take his scoring prowess to the professional level.

- Position: Guard
- Height: 6'5"
- Weight: 210 lbs
- College: Texas A&M

Dexter Dennis played four productive seasons at Wichita State before transferring into the SEC for his fifth year where he started 34 games for the Texas A&M Aggies. Known for his defense, Dennis was named the AAC Defensive Player of the Year in his final season with Wichita State.

- Position: Forward
- Height: 6'8"
- Weight: 220 lbs
- College: George Washington

Born and raised in Washington, D.C. and playing college hoops for Maryland and George Washington, Ricky Lindo Jr. is a DMV guy through and through. That's what made working out for his hometown NBA team so special.

"It was amazing," said Lindo Jr. when asked about working out for his hometown team. "I grew up a Wizards fan and went to playoff games. I support the Wizards to this day. That's my hometown team. I'm just grateful for the Washington Wizards giving me an opportunity to showcase my skills, work out for the team, and show what I got."

At 6-foot-8 and 220 lbs., Lindo Jr. impacts the game with his scoring around the rim and knack for grabbing rebounds. In his final season at George Washington, he averaged 10.6 points per game on 56.2% shooting from the field to go along with 7.6 rebounds and 2.4 STOCKS (steals + blocks).

When asked if there's anything specific he's been working on since the end of the college season, Lindo Jr. said, "Polishing off all of my skill set. Post-ups, threes, mid-range, handles -- just working on everything. Definitely gotta improve the 3-point shot if I want to be the player I want to be... I'm glad I was able to showcase that today a little bit."

- Position: Forward
- Height: 6'8"
- Weight: 235 lbs
- College: Texas Tech

Kevin Obanor started his college career in the Summit League playing for Oral Roberts. After flashing the ability to score the ball efficiently and rebound at a high rate, Obanor transferred to Texas Tech where he was a major contributor on a talented Red Raiders squad.

In two years at Texas Tech, Obanor averaged 12 points on 48% shooting from the field while also hauling in nearly six rebounds per contest.

- Position: Guard
- Height: 6'4"
- Weight: 205 lbs
- College: West Virginia

After spending two years at Wichita State, one year at Washington and one year at South Carolina, Stevenson finished his collegiate career in the Big 12 playing for the West Virginia Mountaineers. That's where he had his best college season, averaging 15.4 points per game on .430/.379/.796 shooting splits to help lead WVU to the NCAA Tournament.