Biography: Finishing as the third-leading scorer for Ohio State probably won't help Diebler's chances of hearing his name called, but his prolific 3-point shooting and good size for a guard could get him drafted. Diebler made a Big Ten-record 374 shots from beyond the arc over his four seasons in Columbus and set a school mark with 116 as a junior. He finished two shy of matching that record in 2010-11 while averaging 12.6 points, but hit a career-best 50.2 percent of his attempts from 3-point range to finish tops in the nation among those who attempted at least 100. He made a school-record 10 3-pointers while scoring a career-high 30 points in an 82-61 win at Penn State on March 1. Diebler was also steady at the free-throw line, making 83.2 percent of his attempts over his final three seasons. The Upper Sandusky, Ohio, native scoring a state-record 3,208 points in high school. As a senior, he averaged an incredible 41.2 points to lead the nation as well as 12.3 rebounds and 6.0 assists. Diebler, however, lacks the athleticism and defensive abilities to be a real NBA prospect. If he ends up making an impact at the next level, it will likely be as a sharpshooter off the bench.