ANALYSIS: Foye is without a doubt a solid scorer, leading Villanova in scoring at 20.5 points per game his senior campaign, finishing second in the Big East in scoring. His scoring numbers rose incrementally every year in college, as he averaged 10.3 points per game as a freshman, 13.5 as a sophomore and 15.5 as a junior. A physical player with an explosive first step, Foye has shown the ability to take the ball hard to the hoop with no fear. Sometimes this aggressiveness leads him to foul trouble, but his physical style makes him the potential lottery pick he is. Because of his 6-foot-4 stature, Foye and other players his size who play shooting guard in college are always questioned if they can play the point guard position at the next level. Foye is not a natural point guard in regards to his court leadership or his average passing ability, but he handles the ball well enough to be able to play the point in the NBA. His rugged style of play allowed him to average five rebounds a game as a junior and 5.8 as a senior. Foye is also a scrappy defender, averaging 2.1 steals a game his junior year and 1.4 a game last season. The facet of Foye's game that needs the most work is his outside shot. Foye shot 41 percent from the floor his senior season, down from the 42 percent he shot as a junior. On Villanova's run to the Elite Eight, Foye averaged 23.8 points during the tournament. However, he only shot 39 percent from the field, connecting on 31-of-80 shots. The three-pointer is not yet a consistent weapon for Foye, as he shot just 30 percent from behind the arc his junior and senior seasons. Although his outside shot and size are problematic, Foye's hard-charging style will make him a fan favorite in the NBA and a pest for opposing teams to play.