Training camp roster

With John Wall and Nene recovering from injuries, old and new players will compete to fill the void.

no. player pos. ht. wt. exp. hs/college/country
1 Trevor Ariza F 6-8 210 8 UCLA
A defensive-minded wing player who can force turnovers and get out on the open floor for dunks. Won a championship with the Lakers in 2009.
Earl Barron F-C 7-0 250 6 Memphis

An undrafted journeyman, Barron won a championship in 2006 as a rookie in Miami.

Bradley Beal G 6-3 207 R Florida

The third overall pick in June, Beal is a capable shooter, scorer and playmaker. He provides a calm, even-keeled demeanor that belies his youth.

35 Trevor Booker F 6-8 240 2 Clemson

An energetic but undersized forward, Booker fights for rebounds and extra possessions and can occasionally hit the open perimeter jumper.

43 Brian Cook F 6-9 250 9 Illinois

A veteran big man who prefers to shoot perimeter jumpers, Cook can spread the floor on offense.

15 Jordan Crawford G 6-4 195 2 Xavier

A fearless shooter and gutsy competitor, Crawford can play both guard positions and will likely emerge as a primary scorer with John Wall out for two months.

Steven Gray G 6-5 205 R Gonzaga
A former standout at Gonzaga, Gray is a solid perimeter shooter still waiting for a shot in the NBA after playing last season in Latvia.
22 Shelvin Mack G 6-3 207 1 Butler
A converted shooting guard, Mack was John Wall’s primary backup last season but will have to contend for playing time at point guard in his second season.
20 Cartier Martin F 6-7 220 4 Kansas State
Led the Wizards in three-point shooting after signing with the team in March following a stint in the Developmental League. Can play small forward and shooting guard.
42 Nene F-C 6-11 250 10 Brazil
A rugged interior defender and skilled low post player, Nene will miss most of training camp and possibly the start of the season with a left foot injury.
50 Emeka Okafor C 6-10 255 8 Connecticut
An underrated but effective big man, Okafor is a solid defender who is eager to rebound from a season in which he missed 39 games because of a left knee injury.
Jannero Pargo G 6-1 185 8 Arkansas
A veteran point guard with playoff experience, Pargo has a reputation as a streaky three-point shooter, connecting on 35.4 percent from long distance in his career.
A.J. Price G 6-2 185 3 Connecticut
A reserve the past few seasons in Indiana, Price is a solid defensive player who will enter the season competing to fill in at point guard for the injured Wall.
Shavlik Randolph F 6-10 236 5 Duke
A 6-10 center who can rebound and set screens, Randolph is looking to latch on in the NBA after being out the past two seasons.
13 Kevin Seraphin C 6-9 275 2 France
A third-year big man, Seraphin blossomed into a dependable offensive weapon who can score with either hand after the Wizards traded JaVale McGee last March.
31 Chris Singleton F 6-8 230 1 Florida State
Singleton started 57 games as a rookie, but will have to scrap for an opportunity this season with the recent additions of Trevor Ariza and Martell Webster.
24 Jan Vesely F 6-11 240 1 Czech Republic
An athletic forward, Vesely provides high energy and highlight dunks. He has a good basketball IQ but has been reluctant to shoot jumpers.
2 John Wall G 6-4 195 2 Kentucky
Electrifying point guard with off-the-charts athleticism, Wall will miss the first month of the regular season while recovering from a left knee injury.
Martell Webster G-F 6-7 230 7 Seattle Prep HS

— Michael Lee