Robert Woodard II

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: SF PFFROM: Miss. StateHT: 6-7WT: 230
BORN: NAYEAR: So.WING: 7-1REACH: NA

Draft Notes

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.


Comparisons

  • slightly smaller Tobias Harris

Draft Projection

late first to mid second round pick in the 2020 NBA Draft

Videos

  1. Deni Avdija – 6-8 – Israel
  2. Patrick Williams – 6-8 – Florida State
  3. Issac Okoro – 6-6 – Auburn 
  4. Saddiq Bey – 6-8 – Villanova
  5. Aaron Nesmith – 6-6 – Vanderbilt
  6. Tyler Bey – 6-7 – Colorado
  7. Jaden McDaniels – 6-10 – Washington
  8. Leandro Bolmaro – 6-7 – Argentina
  9. Robert Woodard II – 6-7 – Miss. St.
  10. Jordan Nwora – 6-8 – Louisville
  11. Lamine Diane – 6-7 – Cal St. Northridge
  12. Aaron Henry – 6-6 – Michigan State
  13. Kahlil Whitney – 6-7 – USA