There is no signed National Letter of Intent in yet for the insanely talented 6-foot-10 and 195 pound five-star power forward recruit Isaiah Todd, as of April 3. But the Michigan Wolverines have held the commitment of Todd since Oct. 17, 2019. He could sign a letter of intent in due time, as the original National Signing Day for men’s college basketball is set to come later this month.
However, Todd is a very skilled prospect that still needs to put on size but could have a clear cut role both in college and the NBA. His 247Sports recruiting profile compares Todd to the former Indiana Hoosier Noah Vonleh, and projects him out to be a first round pick if he comes out in the 2021 NBA Draft.
The Sacramento Kings have drafted a lot of big men of late. But their backcourt is actually where the most sound part of their future could be at the moment. Depending on where the Kings go in the 2020 NBA Draft (which is a weaker draft class nonetheless than 2021), the frontcourt could still be an area of need for them.
Todd ranks as the nation’s No. 13 2020 high school prospect and the top recruit out of North Carolina. He’s a product of Word of God Christian Academy in Raleigh, NC. That is the same high school that currently injured star point guard John Wall, and former Bull Rawle Alkins, played at.
He can score from all over the place, but has to continue to improve his shot selection and form as he adds to his frame wherever he takes his talents to in college.