Prospect Profile: Isaiah Armwood

In-depth look at the draft prospect out of George Washington

“They want to see if we can do certain things: shoot the ball, shoot the ball from NBA range, handle the ball, see if we’re in shape. That’s a lot of it,” Armwood said of NBA draft workouts. “So far I think I did a real good job because I just kept going. That’s just how I play, so that’s a good thing for me, it fits my mode.”


Basics

Height Weight Wingspan Position College Hometown
6'9" 208 6'10" Forward George Washington Baltimore, MD

Collegiate Career

Season G MIN FG FGA PCT FT FTA PCT REB RAVG PTS AVG
2009-10 29 320 25 53 .472 15 25 .600 62 2.1 66 2.3
2010-11 32 544 27 55 .491 25 40 .625 116 3.6 79 2.5
2012-13 30 939 134 265 .506 88 128 .688 263 8.8 358 11.9
2013-14 33 1056 145 297 .488 128 194 .660 276 8.4 420 12.7
Totals 124 2859 331 670 .494 256 387 .661 717 5.8 923 7.4

Three-point field goals: 2009-10, 1-for-2 (.500); 2010-11, 0-for-0; 2012-13, 2-for-13 (.154); 2013-14, 2-for-10 (.200). Totals: 5-for-25 (.200).


Accolades

  • 2014 Second Team All-Atlantic 10 and All-Defensive Team.
  • Finished GW career sixth all-time with 119 blocks and is one of just two players in program history to amass at least 500 points (778), 500 rebounds (539), 100 blocks (119), 100 assists (102) and 50 steals (54) during his career at GW, doing so in just 63 games as a Colonial from 2012-14.
  • Named to Washington Post All-Met Third Team in 2009.

Strengths

Long, bouncy forward who shows some upside. Has a huge wingspan and aggressively attacks the rim for explosive dunks and put backs. Does a solid job of staying within his comfort zone, as a hustle forward that provides energy on the glass. Shows decent touch on his mid-range shot, but rarely attempts it.


Projections

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