BIOGRAPHY: Brazelton may owe his chances of getting drafted to his excellent performance in the NCAA tournament. He averaged 26.3 points per game in the tourney, including a career-high 33-point effort in the first round to help Western Kentucky earn its first NCAA tournament win since 1995 - 101-99 over then-No. 14 Drake. In the regional semifinals against then-No. 3 UCLA, he led the Hilltoppers again with 31 points - including six 3-pointers - but it wasn't enough as Western Kentucky fell 88-78. In seven total games during the month of March, Brazelton averaged 20.9 points and shot 52.4 percent from 3-point range. In his senior season as a whole, the shooting guard scored 14.4 points per game - second on the Hilltoppers - while shooting 44.7 percent from the field, including 42.9 percent from beyond the arc. While his impressive performance in March put him on the map, Brazelton has not been near the top of most NBA scouts' draft boards. If he is selected it will be late in the draft, although a more likely scenario has him trying to latch on with a team as a free agent.