Biography: Joseph is one of three Texas underclassmen to remain in the draft, though he'll likely be the only one not selected in the first round. The point guard joins fellow freshman Tristan Thompson and sophomore Jordan Hamilton as Longhorns who are leaving school early. Thompson and Hamilton are expected to go within the first 20 picks, but Joseph's stock isn't as high. He averaged 10.4 points, 3.0 assists and just 1.5 turnovers during his only college season, showing explosiveness off the dribble and an ability to get to the rim. Joseph isn't a pure point guard, as he tends to look for his shot first. There has been some speculation that he stayed in the draft in part because of Texas' recruitment of incoming freshman Myck Kabongo, rated as one of the best point guard prospects in the country. The Longhorns seemed likely to move Joseph to shooting guard, taking the ball out of his hands and possibly cutting down on his touches. Joseph felt he also had a better chance to get drafted in a class of numerous lesser-known prospects. He seems likely to be a second-round pick.