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“Mid-majors have a lot of talent; we just don’t get as much exposure,” Long said.

He’s certainly familiar with the Wizards, who hold training camp at GMU’s campus.

“They are a talented team, and they’re young. And I could help with the fan base since I’m local,” Long said with a smile.

Georgetown’s Wright said he was glad he was on his last workout, because he was a little tired.

“The drills were a little different this time,” Wright said.

The guard described himself as a longtime Wizards fan who will continue to root for the team regardless of where he ends up after Thursday’s draft.

“They have a good backcourt with John Wall and Jordan Crawford,” he said. “They have a lot of potential.”

Wright has had 13 workouts, including the Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers, San Antonio Spurs and Boston Celtics.

“With Boston, you have to do three minutes of running. Just running,” Wright said. “The Spurs have Spurs 100, where you have to make 100 shots. Every team has their own thing, but at the end of the day, it’s just basketball.”