Biography: Williams made significant strides during his second season at Maryland. Now he's hoping to do the same in the NBA after choosing to forgo his final two years of college. A first-team All-ACC performer and honorable mention All-American in 2010-11, he could be a first-round pick after leading the conference with 11.8 rebounds per game and tying for fifth in the league with 16.9 points. His 25 double-doubles in 2010-11 were tied for second in the nation, and he set a school record with 13 in a row. Williams is still a bit raw, but the burly forward improving his scoring average by 7.3 points from his freshman season shows he has the potential to be a dominant inside force in the pros. Williams shot 51.2 percent in his first season and upped that to 53.8 in 2010-11. The biggest question mark surrounding him is his free-throw shooting, as he averaged 55.9 percent from the line with the Terps. That could prove to be a significant weakness for a player who expects to make a living in the NBA drawing contact, and could result in him falling out of the first round.