The crown jewel of a loaded Florida State 2016 recruiting class, Isaac's time in Tallahassee was fully expected to be a short stay from the moment the five-star recruit arrived on campus. And his decision to leave the Seminoles after one impressive season can't be faulted, as his unique skill set and tantalizing upside make the versatile forward a near certainty to be taken among the top 10 picks with a chance to sneak into the first five. Isaac began his high school career as a guard before growing seven inches into his slender 6-11 frame; therefore his court sense and jump shot are rather advanced for a 19-year-old prospect who figures to see significant minutes as a power forward in the pros. With the height to shoot over wing defenders and the quickness to blow by most fours, he's a potential mismatch nightmare at the next level. Still, Isaac has a ways to go before his game rivals his physical comparisons to Kevin Durant. His perimeter shooting remains a bit inconsistent, though he shows good form and should improve in time, and his obvious lack of upper-body strength will give him trouble finishing near the rim and guarding more mature post players as he enters the NBA. Teams may also want to see a more alpha-dog mentality before making a heavy investment, as Isaac was used in more of a complementary offensive role while often deferring to more established players during his lone season at FSU. Isaac is still capable of making an immediate impact even if he isn't scoring, however, as he's already a good rebounder and excellent shot blocker who gives consistent energy and effort on the defensive end. His above-average length and movement skills offer great promise that he can emerge as a valued stopper capable of effectively guarding multiple positions.