Colton Iverson began his collegiate career at Minnesota, but he made the decision to transfer following three consecutive years of averaging under 20 minutes per game. Iverson sat out the 2011-12 season due to the NCAA’s rule on transfers, but burst onto the scene in his first and only season at Colorado State. Iverson averaged 14.2 points and 9.8 rebounds per game this past season, leading the Rams to a win within the NCAA Tournament.
Now, Iverson is hoping for the opportunity to hear his name called within the 2013 NBA Draft. He’s on the fence in terms of getting that chance and he will have to surprise some scouts during workouts if that’s going to be the case. Iverson has great size and is a legitimate 7-footer. He can finish and do the dirty work on the glass, but does he have the talent to translate that production to the NBA level?
Draft Projection: Late Second Round to Undrafted
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