NBA Draft 2012: Washington's Terrence Ross To Work Out For Hornets

The New Orleans Hornets have the no. 1 overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft and everyone on earth knows that they will use it on Kentucky freshman center and college player of the year, Anthony Davis. But after that, the Hornets also have the no. 10 overall pick in a loaded draft, so their work isn't done.

That's where Washington's Terrence Ross might come into play.

Though taking Ross that high would seem like a longshot at this point in the process when Ross seems to go between no. 15 and no. 22 in most mock drafts, he will be a part of a workout with the Hornets held on Monday.

According to the New Orleans Times-Picayune's Jim Eichenhofer, the Hornets will host North Carolina's John Henson and Tyler Zeller, Illinois' Meyers Leonard, Kentucky's Terrence Jones and Mississippi State's Arnett Moultrie in one session, then Duke's Austin Rivers, UConn's Jeremy Lamb, Maryland's Terrell Stoglin and Ross in another.

Ross would need to dominate his session and hope for underwhelming performances by the big men in the other session to get his name as a real possibility at the no. 10 spot.

For more on Ross' journey to the NBA Draft, check out UW Dawg Pound.

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