ANALYSIS: Creating his own shot is something that Ray is outstanding at. His ability to create and his shooting range helped him score 2,025 points in his college career, including a career-high 18.5 points a game his senior year. Although he definitely has three-point range, he is not a great shooter, merely a good one at times. Ray shot a disappointing 39 percent from the floor his senior year and showed the inconsistency that can plague him in the 2006 NCAA Tournament. After suffering a hideous eye injury in the Big East tournament that was not as severe as it looked, Ray scored 25 points with four three-pointers in an opening round NCAA game against Arizona. He then proceeded to shoot 8 of 34 in games against Boston College and eventual champion Florida. Although he is an explosive leaper with great finishing ability, Ray has been tagged with the dreaded ""undersized"" label. He is also not a physically strong player and figures to be exploited at the next level defensively, even though he has quick feet. He can handle the ball well but has not shown an innate ability to distribute the ball. Because of his exceptional ability to get to the basket, Ray is able to get to the foul line with regularity and take advantage, considering he shot 89 percent from the line as a senior and 82-percent for his college career. Ray is not a solid rebounder or passer, but his ability to create his own offense either through his jumper or drives will help him get selected in the second round.