We got a chance to see Armwood (#31 Scout, #62 Rivals, #41 ESPN) twice this weekend, and he continued to succumb to some of his physical limitations while showing real flashes of ability. The senior is listed at a rail thin 180 pounds, and this certainly has a major effect on his capability of operating in the paint. Armwood was bumped off position plenty of times during the tournament by stronger players; he will absolutely need to get stronger in order to handle life in the Big East next season.
What seems more likely is that Armwood will continue to make the transition to becoming more of a perimeter player. Right now he is at his most effective when he can face up and get his shot off from mid-range. He has solid ball-handling skills and will likely create some mismatches against slower forwards he'll be able to take to the basket with his good quickness. He brings a lot of effort on the offensive glass as well. Several times during his two games he was able to sky in for a board or a tap in over opposing defenders. On the defensive end, Armwood has the length and quickness to guard multiple positions, something that will make him a solid addition right away to Villanova's rotation next season.