Biography: Dunn finished his career at Baylor as the most prolific scorer in Big 12 and school history, but he may not get drafted. Dunn's stock rose quite a bit after a stellar junior season in 2009-10, when he set single-season school records with 704 points, 116 3-pointers and 85.7 percent shooting from the free-throw line. He also led the Bears to a school-record 28 victories and got them within one win of their first Final Four appearance in 60 years. His path to stardom took a turn in September, though, when he was arrested for aggravated assault. Dunn allegedly broke the jaw of his girlfriend, who is the mother of his young son. A grand jury declined to indict Dunn for assault, but he was suspended for the first three games. He managed to put together a solid senior season, averaging 19.5 points and earning All-Big 12 first-team honors. He scored 2,285 career points and had 388 3-pointers, one shy of the conference mark. Although a proficient scorer, Dunn is undersized and could have a hard time getting open looks at the next level. He seen by some as a selfish player and takes numerous bad shots. His lack of fundamentals and versatility, along with the character questions surrounding him, may cause teams to steer clear of him in the draft.