Isaac Haas
Isaac  Haas


Hokes Bluff, Ala.

High School:
Hokes Bluff

Height / Weight:
7-2 / 282



Isaac Haas / Year in Pictures

Check out the best photos from Isaac Haas' sophomore season


Highlights From the 2015-16 Season

Purdue broke many school records during the season


Purdue Faces Little Rock in First Round

Boilermakers and Trojans to tip at 4:20 p.m. ET


No. 13 Purdue Advances to Big Ten Final

Hammons has 27 points and 11 rebounds, and No. 13 Purdue beats Michigan


No. 13 Purdue Routs Illinois 89-58

Vince Edwards added 14 points, Caleb Swanigan had 11 points and 12 rebounds.


2015-2016 Isaac Haas

2015-2016 Isaac Haas


Purdue vs. Arkansas Little Rock

First Round, NCAA Tournament


No. 18 Purdue 82, No. 8 MSU 81

Check out the photo gallery from the men's basketball game against Michigan State.


No. 18 Purdue vs. No. 4 Maryland

Feb. 6, 2016


Purdue vs. Minnesota

NCAA Basketball: Purdue vs. Minnesota

2014-15 Game-by-Game Statistics
2015-16 Game-by-Game Statistics

2014-15 Photo Gallery
2015-16 Photo Gallery / Exposure Photos

National Freshman of the Year Award finalist (2015)
Haas to Try Out For Pan Am Games (June 29, 2015)

• Is the only player nationally since 2010 to have a season with 125 or more free throw attempts in under 500 minutes -- has done so twice.
• Is also the only player nationally since 2010 to have 600 career points in under 1,000 career minutes.
• Has seven career games where he has more points than minutes played.
• Averaging a free throw attempt every 3 minutes, 45 seconds on the floor for his career.

• Haas continued his improvement, ranking fourth on the team in scoring (9.8 PPG) despite ranking eighth on the team in minutes.
• Led the Big Ten in points / 40 minutes (27.4).
• In games that he scored at least 10 points as a sophomore, Purdue went 14-3 (22-9 for his career).
• Scored 38 points in 47 minutes during postseason play (four games), shooting 69.6 percent (16-of-23) from the field.
• Had five games in 2015-16 where he had more points than minutes played (Lehigh, New Mexico, Penn State, Nebraska, Michigan in Big Ten Tourney).
• Started the first 15 games of the season, where he averaged 11.4 points per game and 5.3 rebounds.
• Significantly improved his free throw shooting, improving his percentage by 167 percentage points (.547 as a freshman to .714 as a sophomore).
• Scored in double-figures in each of the first six games and eight of the first nine contests (14.1 PPG, 5.4 RPG).
• Posted his first career double-double (12 pts, 10 rebs) in the season-opening win over North Carolina A&T.
• Added second career double-double two games later against Incarnate Word (17 pts, 12 rebs).
• Tallied a career-high 24 points on 8-of-11 FGs against Lehigh.
• Cut down on his fouling (73 as a freshman, 58 as a sophomore) and turnovers (54 as a freshman, 39 as a sophomore) from his freshman year.

• Haas had a strong freshman season, ranking sixth on the team in scoring (7.6 PPG), fifth in rebounding (4.1 RPG) and second in blocked shots (25) and field goal percentage (.535).
• Averaged a team-best 11.5 PPG in non-conference play, shooting a sizzling 62.5 percent from the field.
• Saw his averages dip in Big Ten regular-season play, averaging 5.4 PPG and shooting just 45.5 percent from the field.
• His 53.5 field goal percentage ranked as the seventh-best percentage by a freshman in school history and his 25 blocked shots were the eighth most.
• Had 10 double-figure outings in his first 13 games, but just four in the last 21 games, coming against Wisconsin, Iowa, Northwestern and Indiana.
• Was the only player in America to shoot at least 130 free throws in under 15.0 minutes per game.
• In two games against Indiana, scored 16 points with nine rebounds in just 21 minutes, going 8-of-10 from the free throw line.
• Struggled with turnovers, turning the ball over 54 times, the third most on the squad.
• Broke out in a big way against Kansas State in the EASports Maui Invitational, scoring 19 points with six rebounds on 7-of-9 shooting in just 20 minutes.
• In his three games at the Maui Invitational, Haas averaged 12.3 PPG and 5.3 RPG in just 20.7 MPG while shooting 14-of-18 (.778) from the field.
• In the NCAA Tournament against Cincinnati, Haas tallied eight points and six rebounds in just 16 minutes.
• In games he started this year (11 games from Dec. 8 to Jan. 21; 5-6 record), Haas averaged 7.4 PPG and 3.5 RPG, while shooting 52.5 percent.
• In games that he came off the bench (16-7 record), he averaged 7.7 PPG, 4.3 RPG and shot 54.1 percent from the field.

• A four-star recruit and the No. 64-ranked player nationally by Rivals.com, the No. 83-ranked player by 247Sports.com and the No. 86-ranked player by ESPN.com.
• Ranked as the No. 9 center nationally by ESPN.com and the No. 6 player in Alabama by 247Sports.com.
• Averaged about 20.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 5.0 blocks per game as a senior at Hokes Bluff.
• Averaged 18.5 points, 11.0 rebounds and 4.5 blocks as a junior at Hokes Bluff High School.
• Opened his senior season with a 20-point, 10-rebound, six-block effort against Pleasant Valley High School.
• Becomes the third Boilermaker from the state of Alabama, joining Decatur native Tarrance Crump (2007-08) and Joe Marshall (2001-02), who was from Mobile.
• Will be tied for the tallest player in Purdue basketball history.
• Is a great system fit for the Boilermakers and a true center who will excel in Painter's motion offense and physical man defense.
• A 4.0 student at Hokes Bluff.
• His high school head coach, Greg Watkins, describes him as a "gym rat".
• Idolizes current Indiana Pacers star Roy Hibbert.
• Turned down overtures from Wake Forest, Virginia, Texas A&M, Texas, Stanford, UCLA, Butler and UAB among others.

• Born Oct. 2, 1995, in Birmingham, Ala.
• Son of Danny and Rachel Haas.
• Has a younger sister, Erin.
• Enjoys fishing, hunting, kayaking and mountain biking.
• Majoring in exploratory studies / sales and selling.


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