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15 - Isaiah Miles

St. Joseph's 

  • Birthday: 6/9/94
  • NBA Position: SF/PF
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-8
  • Wt: 220
  • Hometown: Baltimore, MD
  • High School: Milford Mill Academy
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Overall

87

2016

NBA Comparison: Darrun Hilliard

Strengths: Big, skilled forward with an interesting inside-outside game offensively...Great rebounder for his size, averaging over 8 per game last season...Can attack the basket with his decent ball handling ability and athleticism to elevate and finish at the rim...Stands at 6'8" with an impressive 6'10.5" wingspan which allows him to pluck rebounds out of the air and defend on the perimeter...Very good at cutting to the basket and creating space for himself in the post...Good three-point shooter who connected on 39% from behind the arc last season. Shows real potential as a stretch 4 with face-up abilities...Shows a decent array of post moves for a player who is more naturally a face-up scorer...Plays with an aggressive mentality, and it shows in his rebounding and attacking the basket...Phenomenal foul shooter at 89%, and he draws a fair amount of trips to the line. Overall just an extremely efficient player, with shooting percentages of 52-39-89...Shot very well in workouts leading up to the draft...

Weaknesses: Miles may struggle to defend NBA power forwards in the post as he has more of a small forward body...Sort of a tweener at the forward position. In some ways, this equals versatility, but in others, his skill set indicates the lack of a true position...Tough to evaluate as the bulk of his games came against Atlantic 10 competition throughout his college career. Still, he held his own in games against Villanova, Cincinnati, and Florida...Underwhelming athleticism. Posted near-bottom numbers in most every athletic test at the combine. This could limit his effectiveness in transition in the faster-paced NBA and he could also struggle to guard bore athletic players...

Overall: Got an invite to the 2016 NBA Draft Combine .... Miles can score from every level of the court and possesses a great jump shot and face-up ability for a power forward, but he may lack the strength of a 4 and the athleticism of a 3 at the NBA level. May struggle to hear his name called on draft night...Considered a potential draft pick.

Jacob Stallard 6/22/16

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