Biography: It's possible no player's draft stock has risen more in the last few months than Biyombo's - and with very good reason. The Congolese teenager is a physical specimen - rock-solid with a chiseled body and a wingspan measured at a ridiculous 7 feet, 7 inches at April's Nike Hoop Summit in Portland. Playing for the World Select Team at the Hoop Summit, Biyombo had 12 points, 11 rebounds and 10 blocked shots in 28 minutes in a 92-80 loss to the U.S. Junior National Select Team. Biyombo, who has spent the last two seasons playing in Spain, is still very raw offensively. He doesn't have many moves, has difficulty dribbling, can't hit a midrange jumper with any regularity and has poor footwork and fundamentals. His defense also still has plenty of room for improvement, as he moves slowly and is very susceptible to head fakes, which can leave him out of position. Despite these significant flaws to his game, he brings a lot of energy to the court and his toughness and intimidating frame cannot be ignored. He seemingly has all the physical traits to eventually be an offensive and defensive force in the paint, and he'll likely be a lottery pick.