Abdulai Jalloh, a former James Madison basketball standout, was invited to the Washington Wizards rookie mini-camp this week in preparation for the upcoming NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.
The three-day camp finished up Saturday.
But according to the team's Website, Jalloh didn't make the final roster, which includes No. 1 overall draft pick John Wall.
Washington's first of five games in Vegas is Sunday against Golden State.
Jalloh averaged 10.3 points a game this past season for the Maine Red Claws and Springfield Armor of the NBA Development League.
Jalloh was a member of the Dukes from 2007-09 after transferring from St. Joseph's. He reached double figures in scoring in 25 of 36 games with the Dukes.
Jalloh led the team in scoring (15.5) and three-pointers (55) his junior season and ranked second in assists (87) and third in rebounding (5.5). His senior season was cut short to six games due to a shoulder injury.
In his career at JMU, Jalloh averaged 14.1 points a game.
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