BIOGRAPHY: An All-American guard, Douglas-Roberts is entering the draft after leading Memphis with a career-high 18.1 points per game as a junior and helping the team set a Division I record with 38 victories. He was picked for the NCAA all-tournament team after Memphis lost the championship game to Kansas 75-68 in overtime. The 6-foot-7 Douglas-Roberts features a dazzling array of moves and hit a team-best 41.3 percent on 3-pointers last season, when he was voted Conference USA Player of the Year. Douglas-Roberts was often overshadowed at Memphis by freshman guard Derrick Rose, another early entry to the pros, but it was Douglas-Roberts who Tigers coach John Calipari often turned to when the team needed a critical basket. He played 109 games at Memphis - starting 100 - and shot 54.0 percent from the field. Improved his numbers each season in rebounding, assists, steals and blocks. Averaged 2.0 turnovers per game in his career compared to 1.7 assists, so needs to do a better job of protecting the ball and making decisions. Probably has to add weight to his frame to be able to match up with the bigger shooting guards in the NBA. Douglas-Roberts is expected to be selected late in the first round.