- Legit center size
- Great rebounder
- Can score in the paint
- Decent lateral movement
- Hard worker
- Good basketball IQ
- Decent passer
- Not a great athlete
- Older prospect (will be 24 two days after the Draft)
- Free-throw shooting
Iverson has been projected as a solid second-round pick, and he'll have every opportunity to stick on an NBA roster because he'll be able to defend and rebound at that level. "There's no doubt in my mind he's an NBA player," said Colorado State associate head coach Leonard Perry, who worked with the Indiana Pacers for five years.
Iverson was a first-team All-Mountain West pick and an honorable mention All-America after leading Colorado State to the NCAA tournament's third round.
14.2 ppg | 9.8 rpg | 1.3 apg | 1.9 tpg | 29.5 mpg | .596 FG | .590 FT
With Iverson leading the way, Colorado State led the nation in rebound margin, averaging nearly 12 boards more per game than its opponents.
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What Insiders Say
Colorado State associate head coach Leonard Perry
"You have to be able to rebound in coach [Larry] Eustachy's system or you won't get minutes. We never had a problem, never had a question about his effort rebounding the basketball. He can do it in traffic. He can do it one on one."
What Outsiders Say
Former Colorado State and current Nebraska coach Tim Miles
"I think the most important part about Colton is he's a fierce competitor. He hates losing, and he loves to compete. I think he's a no-brainer who will find a way to way to be productive for an NBA team."