2018 wing/forward Robert Woodard was one of the top performers in LA for EYBL session 4. Fresh highlights of the athletic and versatile 4* after the jump.

Robert put up huge numbers in Los Angeles over Memorial Day weekend, as he averaged 16.3 points, 8.8 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 2.5 steals on a ridiculous 60% shooting. Against Expressions Elite, Woodard played nearly every position on the floor and was equally effective at those various spots. He was able to break the defense down as the primary ballhandler in pick and roll action where he showed nice ballhandling and change of speed to create space and then finishing at the rim. As the screener, Robert showed great feel when he slipped a screen to catch the defense sleeping before receiving the ball in stride and absolutely crushing the rim with a thunderous dunk in traffic. Known for his vision, he looked great from the free throw line area finding teammates with accurate passes for easy layups off backdoor cuts. Defensively, Woodard pulled down 14 rebounds against Expressions Elite, blocked 2 shots and altered a ton more. With the ability to play the perimeter or the post on both sides of the court, Robert is one of the more versatile prospects we’ve viewed this Spring and is very solid at nearly every phase of the game. See below for highlights.