NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT
Robert Woodard II is quietly in the late first to early second round conversation, even though he’s not much of a household name. Big, versatile wings have a lot of value and Woodard fits the mold of a modern day player.
At 6-7, 230 he can handle the ball a bit, make plays in transition and moves well, kinda of like a slightly smaller Tobias Harris.
Woodard has a consistent, repeatable shot and even though he’s not a polished iso scorer he projects as a good catch and shoot/complimentary piece on the offensive end. He shot over 40% from 3 his sophomore season and nearly 50% overall.
His FT shooting has been a weakness in college and it’ll be interesting to watch how he develops in this area. His overall shooting form looks promising.
He’s a very aware defender who uses his plus length well. He’s naturally strong and well built and has no problem throwing his weight around in the paint and battling for rebounds.
- slightly smaller Tobias Harris
late first to mid second round pick in the 2020 NBA Draft
- Deni Avdija – 6-8 – Israel
- Patrick Williams – 6-8 – Florida State
- Issac Okoro – 6-6 – Auburn
- Saddiq Bey – 6-8 – Villanova
- Aaron Nesmith – 6-6 – Vanderbilt
- Tyler Bey – 6-7 – Colorado
- Jaden McDaniels – 6-10 – Washington
- Leandro Bolmaro – 6-7 – Argentina
- Robert Woodard II – 6-7 – Miss. St.
- Jordan Nwora – 6-8 – Louisville
- Josh Hall – 6-9 – Moravian Prep
- Lamine Diane – 6-7 – Cal St. Northridge
- Aaron Henry – 6-6 – Michigan State
- Kahlil Whitney – 6-7 – USA