Biography: Lighty didn't put up eye-popping numbers but was a solid, steady contributor in his four-plus seasons at Ohio State. He was the Buckeyes' fourth-leading scorer for the third time in his career in 2010-11, averaging 12.1 points for the Big Ten champions. However, that was 0.5 lower than his career-best average set the previous season. Lighty's shooting percentage also dropped from 49.2 to 46.8 percent, but he made a career-high 42.9 percent from 3-point range. He established a personal best with a 2.10 assist-to-turnover ratio last season. Lighty was named to the All-Big Ten second team after earning third-team honors the previous season. He was also named to the conference's all-defensive team after finishing third in the league with 55 steals. While he earned plenty of accolades, there are several areas of concern surrounding him. Lighty was limited to seven games in 2008-09 after breaking a bone in his left foot and needed a second surgery after fracturing it again before last season. He also shot 62.9 percent from the foul line in his college career. A swingman at Ohio State, he projects as a shooting guard at the next level.