Blazers Select Pac-12’s Isaiah Stewart and CJ Elleby in 2020 NBA Draft

PORTLAND – The Portland Trail Blazers have selected forward/center Isaiah Stewart with the 16th overall pick and guard/forward CJ Elleby with the 46th overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.

Stewart, 19, enters the NBA after one season at Washington after making the announcement he would leave the Huskies for the draft on April 1.

“ALL GLORY TO THE MAN UPSTAIRS! READY TO GET TO WORK,” Stewart posted in all caps on Twitter Wednesday night.

As a freshman in 2019-20, Stewart (6-9, 250) averaged 17.0 points (57.0% FG, 25.0% 3-PT, 77.4% FT), 8.8 rebounds, 2.06 blocks and 32.2 minutes in 32 games (all starts). A 2019-20 All-Pac-12 First Team and All-Freshman Team selection, Stewart ranked third in the Pac-12 in both rebounds and blocks and seventh in scoring.

Elleby, 20, joins the Trail Blazers after spending two years at Washington State, where he averaged 16.6 points (41.3% FG, 36.7% 3-PT, 74.9% FT), 7.5 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.39 steals and 32.1 minutes in 64 games (60 starts).
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“Portland! Here I come!!” Elleby Tweeted out shortly after the pick was made.

Elleby was the third-fastest player in Washington State history to score 1,000 career points and is the first player to be drafted from the school since 2011.

An All-Pac-12 First Team selection as a sophomore in 2019-20, Elleby (6-6, 200) averaged 18.4 points (39.6% FG, 33.9% 3-PT, 82.3% FT), 7.8 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.75 steals and 0.81 blocks during his second collegiate campaign. He ranked fourth in the Pac-12 in scoring, seventh in rebounding and first in steals while becoming the first player in Washington State history to lead the team in scoring, rebounding, steals and blocks in a single season.