Biography: McCamey submitted his name for last year's draft before deciding to return for his senior season at Illinois. Inconsistent play during that final campaign didn't help the point guard improve his draft stock, but he's a likely second-round selection. McCamey was a first-team all-Big Ten performer as a junior after averaging 15.1 points and finishing second in the nation with 7.1 assists per game. Those numbers dipped in his senior year - 14.6 points and 6.1 assists per game - and some of that drop-off was due to a trying stretch during conference play. From Jan. 22-Feb. 13, McCamey averaged 8.7 points on 29.3 percent shooting and 4.2 assists. That led Illini coach Bruce Weber to question his desire and work ethic during an interview with a Chicago radio station. In his first 19 games of the season, McCamey had averaged 16.2 points and 7.2 assists while shooting an impressive 52.5 percent from 3-point range and 48.3 overall. To his credit, he bounced back to average 15.4 points on 48.1 percent shooting over his final nine collegiate contests and keyed the Illini's first NCAA tournament win since 2006. He also finished as the second player in Big Ten history with at least 1,600 points and 700 assists.