Well this is something you don’t see everyday. A Nebraska basketball player who was not only invited to the NBA Combine, but appears to be impressing NBA scouts and analysts.
ESPN's Jay Bilas points out three players who stood out at the NBA Combine on Thursday. One of them was Isaiah Roby.— Clark Grell (@LJSSportsGrell) May 16, 2019
"I think he showed why he's a very good prospect in this year's draft. Probably a top second-round pick, maybe he can sneak into the first round."#Huskers
As always they measure the players to a ridiculous degree. Remember, that Drew Brees had small hands! Very impressive 3.9% body fat.
Isaiah Roby's combine measurements:— Jacob Padilla (@JacobPadilla_) May 16, 2019
– 6'8.5" in shoes
– 7'1" wingspan
– 8'10" standing reach
– 210 pounds (3.9% body fat)
– 9" hand length, 10.5" hand width
In his first NBA Combine game he had a very respectable line.
Isaiah Roby finishes with 10 points, 5 rebounds and 3 blocks in 21 minutes in the first scrimmage of the weekend at the NBA Draft Combine. #Huskers— Chris Basnett (@HuskerExtraCB) May 16, 2019
Asked ESPN’s Mike Schmitz about Isaiah Roby of Nebraska this morning and he said he’s gotta show confidence and toughness, can’t pass up open 3s in the NBA. Later said he’s one of 3 prospects who could rise up draft boards https://t.co/0lRlgHUi7P— Matt Schoch (@Matt_Schoch_) May 16, 2019
Lastly, here’s a message from the one and only Isaiah Roby.
Also, there were two coaches on site to watch him play.
Former Husker Wes Wilkinson Brings Three-on-Three Tournament to Omaha | Hail Varsity
After a successful decade-long playing career overseas, former Husker and Nebraska native Wes Wilkinson hung up his sneakers in 2017. He wasn’t quite sure what he wanted to do next, but he didn’t think it would include basketball.
“I actually tried to shelf basketball out of my life and start another part of it and I just became depressed,” Wilkinson told Hail Varsity. “I’ve got to have the game in my life one way or another.”
Greg's Guys: Evaluation Period Provides Shake Up for Nebraska | Hail Varsity
The Nebraska coaches are out in full force for the evaluation period, taking a look at prospects from coast to coast. There have been a lot of offers that have gone out, mostly to the 2021 and 2022 classes. Next month, the Huskers will be hosting their own camps and attending other satellite camps which will be a great opportunity for the staff to get eyes on prospects.
Pressure is here for Erstad's team and so is the fun
The "playoffs" have already started for Husker baseball.
If they weren't here even before last weekend, they certainly were in front of Darin Erstad's club as it battled for a series win over Arizona State, bolstering NCAA Tournament hopes.
Nebraska Baseball Defeats Michigan 5-2, Cuts Big Ten Lead To One Game - Corn Nation
Matt Waldron had his best start in a month as Nebraska was able to defeat Michigan 5-2 in the series opener Thursday night at Hawks Field. With the win, Nebraska has cut the deficit to one game in the Big Ten standings.
Moos talks South Stadium plans, early kickoffs, roster turnover
There's a rough draft on the table for improvements to South Stadium, but Husker fans who sit there for football games may need to hold tight for a bit before they see those come to fruition.
Nebraska athletics director Bill Moos addressed that topic among many others on Wednesday night during his monthly appearance on the "Sports Nightly" radio program on the Husker Sports Network. A caller who has been seated in South Stadium for the last 30 years said those seated over there can feel like "step children" compared to others in different parts of the stadium where there have been facility upgrades.
Roby Draws Praise During First Day of NBA Combine | Hail Varsity
The NBA Combine ramped up on Thursday in Chicago with measurements, athletic testing and scrimmages and Nebraska junior forward Isaiah Roby took part in all of it, drawing praise from a couple of ESPN Analysts in the process.
For quiet Husker star Spielman, 'behind-the-scenes' leadership style works just fine | Football | journalstar.com
The way JD Spielman explains it, Nebraska football has been on something of a growth spurt for the past year-plus.
Growing pains — the literal ones — can be particularly frustrating, because the discomfort is immediate and obvious, but the payoff isn’t so noticeable.
Who's running the show? Inside the Lakers' hierarchy
With the Los Angeles Lakers hiring Frank Vogel as head coach after being rejected by Monty Williams and Ty Lue, questions are swirling about the team's power structure.
New Nebraska Basketball Squad Has Sneaky Defensive Intrigue | Hail Varsity
Doc Sadler is going to have some fun.
That’s something I’ve been thinking a lot about since Fred Hoiberg and company got to Lincoln.
“STICK TO SPORTS!” Nah.
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There is perhaps no finer way to spend a summer evening than grilling and enjoying the fruit of your efforts with friends and family. Doing so of course requires a properly functioning grill.
This trail in the Holy Land covers at least 3,000 years of biblical history--Aleteia
And you can cover it in a 40-day-long hike.
Over 370,000 'Game of Thrones' fans sign petition for remake of season 8
A petition to remakes 'Game of Thrones' season 8 was gaining steam Thursday as fans unhappy with the plot, production and writing signed.
The Night The Lights Went Out
I am the least reliable narrator when it comes to the story of my brain exploding. This is because, from the time right before I suffered a freakish brain hemorrhage last year to the time I regained full consciousness roughly two weeks later, I remember nothing. My mind is an absolute blank. It’s like the fabled pause in the Nixon Tapes. I was not here. That time of my life may as well not exist. Oh, but it did.
How these spiders use bubbles to live underwater
From boosting hunting success to breathing underwater, many animals have evolved uses for bubbles.
I just read a trilogy about man-eating spiders (The Hatching series) who about destroy the entire human-race. Me no likey this article. Ugh....spiders.
Not All Heroes Wear Capes
Kwahi Leonard’s Game Seven Buzzer Beater: As Edited by the Internet
First, the usual Titanic Theme Song Version
Here’s the Happy Gilmore version
Watching Kawhi’s buzzer beater like... pic.twitter.com/DIHJkhe798— CS Nation (@_CSNation_) May 13, 2019
Kayne West getting into the action
kawhi Leonard Buzzer Beater with Kanye West - Runaway pic.twitter.com/6iauDoGb4R— Djorn (@lord_cornwall) May 13, 2019
The Avenger’s make an appearance
Kawhi Leonard's series-winning buzzer beater synced to The Avengers theme. pic.twitter.com/lBTo21YW0B— Mike Stephens (@mikeystephens81) May 13, 2019
The Best Thing I Saw On The Internet This Week x 2
why this cat doing sit ups under a car LMAO pic.twitter.com/UsMlVsJK4W— JB KNOCKOUT (@JbKnockout) May 11, 2019