The Wizards have signed undrafted rookie Devin Robinson to a two-way contract, according to Candace Buckner of The Washington Post. The club has now filled both of the openings for two-way players on its roster.
Robinson, a 6’8″ forward out of Florida, averaged 11.1 PPG and 6.1 RPG with a .524/.391/.723 shooting line in his junior year in 2016/17. An early entrant in the 2017 draft, Robinson was viewed as a top-50 prospect by DraftExpress, but wasn’t one of the 60 players to come off the board on draft night, making him an unrestricted free agent.
The Wizards previously signed Pittsburgh alum Michael Young to a two-way deal, so they’re now at their limit for two-way players. Both Young and Robinson have been playing for Washington’s Summer League squad in Las Vegas.
For details on what two-way contracts are, how they work, and how much they pay, be sure to check out our breakdown from earlier this year.