Colton Iverson plays just the way his appearance suggests he should. At 6'10'', 260 pounds, he's a physical mismatch in the paint, providing the contact and feeling none of it.
He's not the most versatile scorer. In fact, you probably won't see him leave the paint the entire game, as he shouldn't. Iverson uses every muscle and inch to his advantage, bullying defenders at the rim and on the glass.
Offensively, he uses his powerful body to gain position and soft touch to convert one-handed shots in the post. He's got a relentless motor and remains active in the paint whenever he's on the floor.
Defensively, Iverson makes it difficult for opponents to get easy shots inside and limits the opposition's second-chance opportunities. Colorado prides itself on rebounding the ball, ranking No. 4 in the country in that department.
Iverson is averaging 14.6 points along with 9.7 rebounds per game, and has been the primary reason for Colorado State's success in 2013.
This is a tough group who grinds out games. Iverson's presence in the middle could be a boatload for opposing frontcourts to handle if Colorado State gets a favorable draw.