ANALYSIS: UCLA's starting point guard for three seasons, Bozeman tore his ACL before the start of the 2004-2005 campaign. Red-shirting that year, he returned to play his final season helping the Bruins make it to the championship game before losing to Florida in 2006. Bozeman never achieved the success predicted for him at UCLA, but he did finish in the top-10 in school history in assists with 386. In the beginning of the 2005-2006 season, Bozeman got off to a good start playing both point guard and shooting guard and scoring in double digits in the first seven games of the season. As the season wore on, however, he was shifted into the background as sophomores Jordan Farmar and Arron Afflalo shined in the Bruin backcourt. After the first seven games, Bozeman only scored in double digits three times the rest of the season. Bozeman was not much of a scorer at UCLA, with his 7.6 points per game as a senior were the highest of his career. He did do a decent job of getting the ball to his teammates, especially as a junior when he led the Pac-10 in assists with 5.5 a game. Bozeman is a good ball-handler, but other than that he is not especially skilled in any one area. Although he has good height for the point guard position, he is not very quick and has trouble guarding quicker, smaller point guards. In 2000-2001, he was considered one of the top high school players in the nation, but that promise was never fulfilled.