Biography: Moore initially declared for the draft in 2010 but decided to return for his senior season at Purdue. He finished with a career-best scoring average but might not have improved his stock too much. Moore is still projected as a second-round pick despite averaging 18.0 points for the Boilermakers in 2010-11. He scored at least 12.9 points per game in each of his four seasons in West Lafayette, and became the fifth player in school history to top 2,000 in his career. Moore's 2,136 points are third on the all-time scoring list and he helped himself by making a career-best 70 3-pointers this past season. Shooting at a 40.0 percent clip from beyond the arc in 2010-11 also allowed him to finish with a school-record 243 3-pointers and a career percentage of 38.0 percent. That ability to shoot from the outside could help the East Chicago, Ind., native get drafted, but he may have missed an opportunity to improve his stock by turning down a spot at the Portsmouth Invitational. Playing in that seniors-only showcase might have helped the projected combo guard answer any questions teams might have about his perceived lack of strength for his size. The team that's willing to take a chance, though, will get a consistent performer who was the second Purdue player to earn four all-Big Ten honors. He was a member of the conference's first team and an honorable mention All-American in each of his final two campaigns. Moore was also the third player in conference history with at least 2,000 points, 500 rebounds and 400 assists over his career.