Biography: At certain times during Summers' college career, he reminded many of another former Michigan State star - Jason Richardson. Summers' athleticism and ability to explode to the basket gave scouts a glimpse of how Richardson played during his time with the Spartans. However, Summers was too inconsistent to ever showcase those talents on a regular basis, and because of that he's not expected to be a high pick in the draft. He was a key cog in Michigan State's run to the 2010 Final Four, hitting big shots throughout the NCAA tournament and providing a highlight-reel dunk in the national semifinal. Summers flirted with staying in last year's draft, but he decided to return for his senior season. Coach Tom Izzo expected big things from Summers as the Spartans were expected to make a run at a third straight Final Four. However, Summers was benched early in the regular season due to his lack of effort. He showed brief flashes of his potential but often underachieved. NBA scouts love his athleticism and ability to get to the basketball seemingly when he wants to. The problem lies in whether or not he wants to all the time. Summers looked disinterested more often than not as the Spartans failed to live up to their expectations and suffered through a disappointing season. He's still very raw and turnover prone, but if he can get his head on straight, Summers could be a contributor at the next level. He'll likely be drafted in the second round.