33 - Isaiah Stewart

6-9, 245 Power Forward/Center
Washington Freshman
05/22/01 (18.9 yrs)
Rochester, NY
High School
La Lumiere
Jump Shot
NBA Ready
Post Skills

NBA Comparison: Antonio Davis

Strengths: 6’9 athletic big man … Great length with a 7’4 wingspan and 9’0.5 standing reach … Good mobility, speed, and athleticism, especially at his size at 244 pounds. Gets off the ground quick and finishes plays above the rim. Measured a 29 inch standing vertical and 35 inch max vertical at the La Lumiere Combine in September 2018. Very light on his feet for his size. Swift footwork and maneuvers well to the basket. Impressive combination of power and finesse … Great strength and is physically ready for the next level. Likes to bang and is in control when playing/defending in the post … Great motor and energy, often times the first one up the floor. Wears out opponents … Very good touch inside and uses glass when appropriate. Shows a jump hook and has a good foundation for an offensive game in the low post. Consistently goes into the post, doesn’t drift to the perimeter. Averaged 11 points per game while shooting 54.5% FG% over the Nike EYBL in 2017 and averaged 17.6 points per game while shooting 58.5% FG% in 2018. Averaged 11.1 points per game while shooting 65.9% FG% in the U17 World Cup in 2018 … Has made improvement on his jump shot and face up game. Improved midrange shooter and has started stretching the floor to knock down threes with good form … Alert and reacts quickly. Good hands … Passes well out of the post and doesn’t force up bad shots … Good rebounder on both ends, converts offensive rebounds into points at a good rate. Averaged 8.4 rebounds (3.6 offensive) per game over the Nike EYBL in 2017 and finished third in 2018 with 10.6 rebounds (three offensive) per game. Averaged 8.4 rebounds per game in the U17 World Cup in 2018 … Good defender with versatility. Can defend the post as well as switch onto the perimeter with his quick feet and lateral movement. Good shot blocker and contests without fouling. Averaged 1.4 blocks per game over the Nike EYBL in 2018 … Vocal and team player. Willing screener and ideal skillset as a roll man with potential as a pick and pop shooter … Hard worker and has consistently improved his game. Coachable and does all the things you want from a big man …

Weaknesses: Improving as a free throw shooter but still has room to get better. Shot 51.2% FT% over the Nike EYBL in 2017 and 68.2% FT% in 2018. Shot 66.7% FT% in the U17 World Cup in 2018 … Can expand his post-game. Good foundation but needs to throw in some counters and drop steps when the defense overplays his jump hook/right hand. Can improve finishing with his left hand … Minimal ability put the ball on the floor. Has to have a guard come get it after defensive rebounds or in the half-court if he doesn’t immediately make a move or take a shot after catching the ball …

Outlook: Incoming Washington freshman … Scored 16 points on 8-11 shooting in the 2019 McDonald’s All-American Game … Scored 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds (four offensive) in the 2019 Jordan Brand Classic … Played in the 2019 Nike Hoop Summit … Led La Lumiere to finish runner up at the Geico National Championship, finishing with 14 points and seven rebounds in the championship game … 2018 All-Peach Jam: First Team with averages of 19 points, 12.7 rebounds, 1.4 blocks, 53.5% FG%, and 84.6% FT% … 2018 All-EYBL First Team … Won Gold with USA in the U17 World Cup in 2018 …

Evan Tomes 8/2/19