Florida State’s Jonathan Isaac is a player with a lot of potential, and he’ll be starting his NBA career with something that can’t be coached: his length.
Whether you’re the type to pour through dozens of NBA Draft articles, or the type to rely on that one friend who loves college hoops to tell you what’s what about the upcoming draft, it’s no secret that Florida State’s Jonathan Isaac could be selected somewhere between the fifth pick and the tenth pick overall.
Isaac has a unique build, not too far from a player like Kevin Durant.
He is a player that could take the Timberwolves to the next level but he has his work cut out for him before that potential can be fully realized.
He’s also a fan favorite to be drafted come June 22 due to that immense potential. However, with his potential, also comes great risk.
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Isaac may have one of the highest ceilings of any player in the draft but he also has one of the lowest floors.
Let’s look at some of Jonathan Isaac’s upsides and some of his downsides. Then we’ll go over how he could be successful in the NBA and with the Minnesota Timberwolves.