ANALYSIS: High-percentage shooter is a great way to describe Augustine, considering he is the all-time leading shooter in Illinois history with a blistering 61.7 percent shooting percentage. The lefty big man is an athletic player who was able to run the floor well enough to receive plenty of passes from the speedy Dee Brown during his college career. Augustine has great hands to go along with solid footwork and the ability to hit jumpers out to18 feet. He has tremendously long arms but is not a shot-blocker. At times he defers greatly to his teammates, but he had his best season as a senior averaging 13.6 points and 9.1 rebounds. Augustine's post game is still developing, but he does possess an effective left-handed jump hook. He has to get stronger to withstand NBA pounding, but he is athletic enough to succeed. His athleticism helped him post 12 double-doubles his senior season, and he has a high understanding of the game that seems to allow him to always be in the right place. Augustine is the leading rebounder in Illinois history with 1,023 boards. For a big man, he handles the ball well and knows how to move without the ball. He got good practice in college setting picks for the likes of Brown, Deron Williams and Luther Head, and he knows how to roll to the hoop for dunks. Instrumental in Illinois' run to the NCAA championship game in 2005, Augustine must work on his post moves in addition to the already solid skills he demonstrates. He is an intriguing prospect, because he is so athletic and runs the floor without issue. Augustine is projected as a second-round pick.