Biography: Jenkins was a scorer immediately upon arriving at Hofstra, but he wasn't a shooter until his final two years - particularly his senior season. After shooting just under 32 percent from 3-point range as a freshman and sophomore, Jenkins was above 40 percent his past two seasons. He shot 51.7 percent overall as a senior - eight percent better than his first three years - and that improvement might be what has scouts most excited about him. Jenkins ran the show at Hofstra, where he finished as the school's all-time leading scorer, but most envision him as a combo guard at the next level - capable of handling the ball but not someone who can be counted on to do it consistently. Whether he's a true point guard or not, Jenkins was one of two players in Division I to lead his conference in scoring and assists. He was the nation's sixth-leading scorer at 22.6 points per game, and he did it by averaging 14.6 shots - 3.6 fewer than Kemba Walker and 6.1 fewer than Jimmer Fredette. It's not like he was doing it entirely against low-caliber competition, either, as Hofstra finished two games ahead of Final Four participant VCU in the Colonial Athletic Association. Jenkins doesn't have the explosive first step of Walker and he lacks the dead-eye precision of Fredette, both of whom will likely be off the board before the 20th pick. But he'd be a good gamble late in the first round for a team that wants instant scoring off the bench - and perhaps someone who can play crunch-time minutes for years to come.