Ohio state goalie Duane Washington Jr. has reportedly received an invitation to participate in the elite NBA G League camp, according to Chris Grenham of Forbes.
Washington was named to the All-Big Ten’s third team after averaging 16.4 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.9 assists in 31 games as a junior. He reached 1,000 career points this season, becoming the 59th player in program history to reach that mark.
The 6-foot-3 guard announced in April that he would test the waters of the NBA while maintaining his collegial eligibility. In addition to attending the G League Elite Camp, Washington has previously worked with the Boston Celtics.
Ohio State goalie Duane Washington Jr. attended the Celtics’ pre-draft training Thursday, according to a source.
He received an invitation to the elite G League camp, which begins next weekend in Chicago ahead of the NBA Draft Combine.
– Chris Grenham (@chrisgrenham) June 12, 2021
The league announced in April that the G League Elite Camp would return this year and take place June 19-21 in Chicago. The scouting event gives prospects the opportunity to show off their skills in front of scouts, coaches and front office executives in the NBA and G League.
The best players from the elite G League camp will have the opportunity to win draft invitations from June 21-27. A total of 11 players were invited to the 2019 G League elite camp combine and five were ultimately drafted.
The NBA Draft is scheduled to take place on July 29.
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