BIOGRAPHY: Foster was named player of the year on the All-Southeastern Conference team and a second-team All-American after leading the league in scoring and helping Vanderbilt tie a school record for most regular-season victories in his senior season. He averaged 20.6 points per game in the regular season, but really stepped up in a victory over then-No. 1 Tennessee, scoring 32 points, and followed that up with a career-high 42 in the final home game of his college career, an overtime win against Mississippi State in which he hit nine straight 3-pointers. His last two games, however, weren't nearly as good. Foster scored just 14 points in a loss to Arkansas in the SEC tournament quarterfinals, and then had only 13 as fourth-seeded Vanderbilt was upset by Siena in the first round of the NCAA tournament. One of the premier 3-point shooters in the nation, Foster finished fourth with 134 shots made from beyond the arc. He made 46.9 percent of his 3-point attempts, ranking him 15th in the country. Foster is very athletic and adept at catching and shooting, but he has trouble creating off the dribble. He needs to add some bulk which could help him create separation and get off uncontested shots. An excellent free-throw shooter who made 79.1 percent of his attempts in his four years with the Commodores. Expected to be picked late in the second round.