BIOGRAPHY: Teague was named to the ACC's All-Freshman team in 2007-08, but it was the early part of his sophomore season that put him
on the map as a potential lottery pick. He had a career-high 34 points as the Demon Deacons upset eventual national champion
North Carolina in January, part of a 17-game stretch to open the season during which he averaged 21.5 points, four rebounds,
four assists and more than two steals. As the season wore on, however, the speedy Teague seemed to wear down. He scored just
12.8 points per game over his last six contests and had seven turnovers in Wake Forest's stunning first-round NCAA tournament
loss to Cleveland State, leading some to question his ability to lead a team many felt could make a run to the Final Four.
What's not debatable, though, is Teague's explosiveness in the open court and his ability to finish once he gets to the basket.
He's a solid scorer but may look for his own shot too much at this stage of his career. Teague has decent size for a point
guard but he's still learning to be a complete player at the sport's most critical position. Once he gets into a half-court
game, he's not great in pick-and-roll situations and he's still not a great shooter. He'd probably be best-served by coming
back to school another year and becoming a more complete point guard, but if Teague does decide to stick in the draft he's
got a chance to go in the late lottery and would at worst be gone by the end of the first round.