BIOGRAPHY: Possessing great size and strength, Hibbert's huge frame should allow him to make an immediate impact in the NBA. Has long arms, soft hands and good touch on his shot. He works hard and has the drive to improve that some big men lack, having transformed himself from a raw player early in college to a legitimate prospect. An intelligent player who's focused while on the court, he maintains intensity and understands his role. His conditioning improved through hard work - key for a player who's still developing physically. A good team player, calm on the court and exhibited leadership skills for a strong Hoyas squad. Hibbert's long arms and size should give him the chance to become a good shot blocker, as he averaged 2.4 and 2.2 blocks, respectively, in his last two college seasons. He lacks explosiveness and his size limits him athletically. His post game needs work, as he's predictable in most of his moves. Still, he has a well-developed hook shot and is a strong finisher at the rim. His scoring increased each season at Georgetown, culminating in a 13.4-point average as a senior. Not very quick and runs stiffly. Although he shows the ability to become a dominant defensive player, his lack of quickness and average reflexes could hinder him as a shot blocker. Not a top rebounder for someone his size.