Atlanta Hawks 2012 Draft: Georgia's Gerald Robinson Works Out For Team

The Atlanta Hawks' 2012 NBA Draft plans are under wraps, but the team did Tweet out a series of prospects they're officially working out this week:

The most notable local name of the group is Gerald Robinson of Georgia. The Nashville native scored over 1,800 points in his career, split by two years at Tennessee State and UGA.

Robinson will work out with a pair of big men - Duke's Mason Plumlee, a 6'11" forward out of Duke considered "raw" coming out of a limited role with the Blue Devils and center, and Wichita State's Garrett Stutz, a 7-foot, 252 lb. center with a 7-foot-2 wingspan.

For more on the Atlanta Hawks and the 2012 NBA Draft, check out Peachtree Hoops and SB Nation's NBA page.

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