BIOGRAPHY: Leunen showed improvement in all four seasons in college and finished his senior year with career highs of 15.2 points, 55.9 percent shooting and 9.2 rebounds, which ranked fourth in the Pac-10. He has shown a strong ability to run the court in transition, and is a solid defender. However, he's considered undersized for an NBA forward, and will likely need to bulk up. Leunen was able to overcome those obstacles in college, and was impressive from 3-point range, making 49.2 percent of his attempts (59-for-120) as a senior. In a loss at No. 6 UCLA on Feb. 23, he went 4-for-5 from beyond the arc and had 17 points and 11 rebounds. Leunen was solid in helping the Ducks win three of nine games against ranked opponents this season, averaging 14.8 points and 9.0 rebounds. He could have trouble adapting to play in the NBA, and could be seen as a project by some teams. He'll either get drafted late in the second round or not at all, and could benefit from playing overseas or in the NBDL.