BIOGRAPHY: Maybe no player among this year's crop helped his draft status more in one game than Weems did. He had 31 points on 12-of-14 shooting in a first-round win over Indiana to lead Arkansas to its first NCAA tournament victory since 1999. That game showed the promise Weems possesses following just two seasons against top-flight competition after transferring from junior college. The Arkansas native averaged team highs of 15.0 points and 1.3 steals as a senior along with 4.5 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game. Developed into a good 3-point shooter as the season progressed, shooting 46.7 percent (42-for-90) from beyond the arc during a 16-game stretch late in the season. A likely No. 2 guard at the next level, Weems probably would be fortunate to get selected in the second round. Very agile and can be explosive going to the basket, but may be at his best coming off screens as a mid-range jump shooter. He gambles defensively to make steals, but otherwise is fairly poor at that end of the floor - a trait which will surely hurt his stock in scouts' eyes. Has a good frame for a backcourt player and is a reliable free-throw shooter, having hit 80.3 percent as a senior, but does not get to the foul line often enough.