Biography: A 10-inch growth spurt in high school caused Leuer to switch from guard to post player, but he never lost his scoring touch from the outside. That shooting ability, combined with adequate size for a power forward, could entice one team to draft Wisconsin's All-Big Ten performer, possibly in the first round. Leuer led the Badgers in scoring and rebounding in each of his final two seasons, averaging 17.1 points and 6.6 boards over that span. He also knocked down 37.5 percent of his 192 3-point attempts in that stretch. Leuer hit a career-best 54 shots from beyond the arc as a senior while posting other highs of 18.3 points and 7.2 rebounds per game. He also hit 84.3 percent of his free-throw attempts - the 10th-best single-season performance in school history - and became the eighth Wisconsin player to finish his career with at least 1,300 points and 500 rebounds. For his efforts, the Orono, Minn., native was named first team all-conference by the league's coaches and an honorable mention All-American in 2010-11. He'll need NBA teams to look past his final collegiate performance, during which he scored three points on 1-of-12 shooting in a loss to Butler in the NCAA tournament.