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Wizards Pre-Draft Workouts Leftovers: Greivis Vasquez, Matt Bouldin and Raymar Morgan

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Updated: June 2, 2010

On Memorial Day the Wizards worked out Greivis Vasquez (Maryland), Matt Bouldin (Gonzaga), Derrick Caracter (UTEP), Raymar Morgan (Michigan State), Jarvis Varnado (Mississippi State), and Devin Sweetney (Saint Francis). Darington Hobson (New Mexico) was originally scheduled but was a late scratch. Sweetney was his replacement.

From that workout, I was only able to write about Jarvis Varnado. Below are some leftover interviews of Bouldin, Morgan and Vasquez along with some pictures I took.

Matt Bouldin

Raymar Morgan

Greivis Vasquez

Greivis Vasquez Drive

Matt Bouldin Pass

Derrick Caracter Jumper

Wizards Coaches

Derrick Caracter vs. Flip Saunders

Ernie Grunfeld and Derrick Caracter

Jarvis Varnado Jumper

Varnado

Huddle Five

On Tuesday the Wizards worked out Eric Hayes, G, Maryland, 6’4, 180 lbs.; Ryan Wittman, G/F, Cornell, 6’7, 215 lbs.; Tiny Gallon, F, Oklahoma, 6’9, 300 lbs.; Reggie Holmes, G, Morgan State, 6’4, 180 lbs.; Dexter Pittman, C, Texas, 6’10, 290 lbs.; and Jerome Randle, G, California, 5’10 172 lbs.

I was unable to attend this workout, look to Craig Stouffer of the Washington Examiner, Gene Wang of the Washington Post and the Washington Wizards website for coverage.

On Wednesday the Wizards are scheduled to work out Jerome Dyson, G, Connecticut, 6’4, 190 lbs.; Devin Ebanks, F, West Virginia, 6’9, 215 lbs.; Magnum Rolle, F/C, Louisiana Tech, 6’11, 225 lbs.; and Devin Sweetney, G, St. Francis (PA), 6’6, 180 lbs. (again).


  • http://Tyebeats.com Tye

    Varnado’s jumper looks horrible just by that picture. I know he’s a shot blocker but what kind of coaches let him shoot like that? Does he almost shoot two-handed?

  • WarriorDeuel

    I am liking Bouldin and Greivis. I have watched them for a couple years and they are both solid. Good role players.. and potential(more with Greivis) to be a star on a team.