Biography: One of the top shooting guards in the draft, Burks is a scoring threat that boasts excellent athleticism and aggressiveness. As a sophomore in 2010-11, Burks set the Colorado single-season scoring record of 779 points while leading the Buffaloes to the NIT semifinals. The year before, he set the school freshman scoring record with 512 points. This past season, Burks led the Big 12 in scoring at 20.5 points per game and was named to the all-conference first team. Burks excels at beating his man off the dribble and driving the lane, where he uses his impressive leaping ability to finish at the rim. Although scoring in the paint is one of his strengths, Burks needs to add some weight to have success there in the pros. He doesn't have a lot of muscle, but that isn't a major concern because he won't turn 20 years old until July 20 and his body is still developing. While Burks could have some trouble playing amongst bigger and more physical players in the paint in the NBA, staying on the perimeter might not be the answer. Burks isn't much of a threat from 3-point range, shooting 29.2 percent last season. Despite being somewhat of a project, Burks is still considered a likely lottery pick.