After he hit just 5-of-21 threes as a freshman, Washington sunk 42.3 percent of his 78 attempts this season and also raised his rebounding rate from 8.3 to 10.4 per 40 minutes.
He was still used mostly in the post (25.3 percent of his offense), where he generated 0.901 points per possession (70th percentile).
The scouting report will highlight Washington's love for turning over his left shoulder into a hook from the left block (18-of-24).
His 66.3 percent free-throw mark also raises questions about Washington's outside touch and whether he's ready to start hitting threes at the next level.
With a 7'2½" wingspan, he should have produced more than 1.7 blocks per 40 minutes, as well.