In the deal, the Wizards sent Atlanta two second-round picks and the 19th overall pick -- Notre Dame's Jerian Grant -- for the rights to Oubre.
Then, the Hawks sent Grant to the New York Knicks for Tim Hardaway Jr.
The 20-year-old Oubre, who stands 6-foot-7 and weighs 200 pounds, averaged 9.3 points and 5.0 rebounds in his lone season with the Jayhawks.
Chad Ford had Oubre as high as No. 5 on his Big Board during the season, but ranked him 16th in his final edition. Ford noted that Oubre needs time to develop, as he is "further away than a lot of the other players on the board."
Ford's analysis: "He's very young and his basketball IQ is low. ...If he puts in the work -- a big if -- he could be one of the best 8 or 9 players in this draft."
With their second-round pick, No. 49 overall, the Wizards took Iowa power forward Aaron White. The 60th-ranked prospect on Ford's board, White posted 16.4 points and 7.3 rebounds per game for the Hawkeyes as a senior.
Ford's analysis: "He hustles and rebounds and gets up and down the floor. ...I'm not sure if White is good enough to be more than a 10th or 12th man."