Page updated as of 4/12/2020, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
2019 rankings were finalized on 6/19/2019.
Classification: Redshirt Senior
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Excels at scoring on the move
Adequate shooter from all over the floor
Decent scorer off the dribble
Very good free throw shooter
Moves well off the ball on offense
Decent rebounder when focused
Decent defensive player
Great size to play multiple positions
Not an elite ball handler
Can be too passive on offense
Needs to improve his rebounding
Can be unfocused defensively
Does not collect many steals or blocks
May struggle to adjust to NBA tempo
Isaac Copeland is a very athletic combination forward that is projected to be a potential second round prospect for the upcoming draft. Copeland excels at moving off the ball, as he can score on plenty of hustle plays. He also has great physical tools to defend multiple positions, though he does not collect many steals or blocks in games.
Copeland had three up and down years at Georgetown as he was plagued with inconsistent shooting and playing time, but it seems that he is finally starting to find his mark at Nebraska. Right now, he is starting to shoot the ball much better, and he has been quite productive with his new team. On the other hand, he may be a mediocre rebounder at best, and he has played on slow paced teams that may make it tough for him to adjust to NBA tempo right away.
Currently, Copeland may be a borderline second round candidate. If he improves upon his weaknesses, he could end up being a solid role player in the association.
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