Biography: Smith's decision to leave Fresno State after his sophomore season seemed questionable at first. However, with recent workouts and the draft's lack of talent at center, Smith may be an intriguing choice. Smith is a strong, physical presence down low. He uses that strong body to create space near the basket and can score regularly from the low post. Smith averaged 11.7 points and 8.1 rebounds with a 57.4 shooting percentage in 2010-11. However, for all of his gifts of size and strength, Smith is an extremely raw talent who likely should have stayed in school another season. His skill set has not improved since his freshman season, failing to get him on the radar early on. Smith must continue to work on expanding his game, primarily getting more comfortable going right and developing better footwork. While he got to the free-throw line at a slightly greater rate this season, he shot 54.4 percent. Smith lacks focus and has been accused of being lazy at times. He possesses no mid-range game whatsoever, limiting his athleticism at the next level. Smith will be a major project, and NBA scouts must figure out if he's worth it given his physical attributes. There's a chance he gets a look late in the first round because of his size, but he's more likely to be selected in the second round.