Here are five things to know about forward Devin Robinson, who signed a two-way contract with the Wizards on Friday...
*Though he went undrafted, Robinson had a great NBA Combine. He measured in at a full 6-foot-7 and 6-foot-8 1/2 in shoes with a 7-1 winspan. He will, however, likely need to gain some muscle. He's 190 pounds, which is pretty light for 6-foot-8.
*He has a 41.5-inch vertical leap and 35.5-inch no step vertical, which are both in the 98th percentile in the combine's history, according to Draft Express. Only four players 6-foot-7 or taller have jumped like that at the combine, Vince Carter among them. Don't be surprised if we see Robinson in the dunk contest some day.
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*He's not a prolific scorer, as he averaged 8.9 points in three seasons at Florida and a career-high 11.1 points as a junior this past year. When he did score, he was efficient. He shot 47.5 percent from the field as a junior and improved that percentage in each of his three college seasons. In the Wizards' Summer League he struggled offensively with 3.4 points per game on 18.2 percent shooting. He did have this play, though:
*Robinson, 22, also made leaps in his three-point percentage each year, peaking at 39.1 percent as a junior. That's not extraordinary, but definitely good for a power forward. Over his last 17 games with the Gators, he shot 45.3 percent from three on 3.8 attempts per game. If Robinson can hit threes at the NBA level, that will change his outlook considerably.
*A native of Chesterfield, Va., Robinson went to high school about an hour east of Richmond.
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