Measurements: 6' 5.5 (in shoes), 217 pounds, 6' 8.5 wingspan, and an 8' 5.5 standing reach
2015-16 D-League Per 40 Pace Adjusted Stats: 19.5 points, 4.8 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 2.7 turnovers, 2.4 steals, and 0.7 blocks on 56.1 2P%, 32.3 3P%, and 70.1 FT% in 20.1 minutes per game (54 appearances).
A key bench player during the Sioux Falls Skyforce's NBA D-League championship run, Trawick put together a solid rookie campaign predicated on defensive toughness, aggressive straight line driving and occasional playmaking. The former Georgetown Hoya is a physical guard who's at his best when he gets going downhill as his strong 217-pound frame allows him to bounce off of defenders in traffic. He's a good not great leaper, a fairly average ball handler and a streaky shooter, but he wills his way to the rim in the half court and can make enough shots to keep the defense honest.
Trawick isn't really going to rise up off the bounce and doesn't exactly have a calling card in the half court, although he's a smart cutter and can drive and kick or dish. A lot of Trawick's value comes on the defensive end as he's extremely physical and plays with a level of grit you don't often see among 6' 5 guards. Overall Trawick could use an offensive skill or two to hang his hat on, but the 23-year-old is certainly worth tracking because of his toughness and competitiveness.