BIOGRAPHY: One of the most popular players in Memphis history, helped the team win 126 games in his four seasons with the Tigers. Memphis went to the round of eight in the NCAA tournament his sophomore and junior years, and lost to Kansas in overtime in the title game this past season. Matured and developed into more of a team player during his senior year. Was held scoreless in a win over UCLA in the NCAA tournament semifinals, but grabbed 15 rebounds and neutralized Bruins star Kevin Love. Kept Love - a physical player and likely top-10 pick in this year's draft - out of the middle, making it difficult for him to post up. Aggressive and strong, averaged 9.5 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game as a senior. An average of 3.5 of those rebounds were on the offensive end. Plays with high intensity and runs the floor well. Has improved somewhat on offense, but isn't likely to be a consistent scorer in the NBA. Averaged just 6.9 points per game in his final year, and 6.7 for his career. Gets most of his points on put-backs. Lacks post skills and his shooting range is limited. Terrible free-throw shooter, made 37.8 percent of his shots from the line this past season and 42.0 percent in four years with Memphis. Best suited to play center, but lacks ideal height for that position. Could be a high second-round selection as he reminds some of Cleveland Cavaliers center Ben Wallace with his muscular frame, penchant for rebounding and lack of offensive skill.