Biography: Despite being projected as a second-round pick, Hopson chose to forgo his senior season at Tennessee. The shooting guard is coming off his best season, having averaged a career-high 17.0 points and leading the Volunteers to the regional finals of the NCAA tournament. He set career bests by shooting 45.2 percent from the field and 37.6 percent from 3-point range. Hopson also improved his free-throw percentage from 58.8 as a sophomore to 73.5 this past season. He possesses enough height, size and athleticism to succeed as a shooting guard in the NBA, but his game still needs work. Hopson will need to improve his ballhandling after averaging 2.8 turnovers in 2010-11, and he isn't considered a strong defender. Despite those drawbacks, his NBA size and marked improvement throughout college will likely lead a team to take chance on him in the draft.