ANALYSIS: Raw would be an accurate way to describe Mensah-Bonsu's game. Fundamentally, he is not as developed as most of his peers, because he played soccer as a youth in London and has not been playing basketball as long. However, Mensah-Bonsu has outstanding athleticism that can not be taught, and he runs the floor very fluidly. He is an explosive leaper who produced many highlight-reel dunks in college. All of his baskets come inside, but he is highly efficient, shooting 61 percent from the floor in his college career. Mensah-Bonsu is hard to defend in the post because he is extremely quick and uses his leaping ability to score over defenders. He gets fouled a lot in the post, but he is not able to capitalize because of his poor free-throw shooting -- 61 percent for his college career. As a senior, he only shot 53-percent from the line. He must work on developing a jumper, because at this point his jumper is non-existent. Mensah-Bonsu is a high-energy player that always hustles and will dive to the floor for a ball or whatever it takes to help his team. He averaged 12.6 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.7 blocks as a senior. Pops, as he is more affectionately known, has the potential to be an even better rebounder and shot blocker when he learns more technique. He only had 10 double-doubles his entire college career. Pops declared for the 2005 draft, did not hire and agent and worked out for nine teams before returning for his senior season. He is beloved at George Washington and by all who have ever played with him, because of his humble, fun-loving personality. Some team may take a chance on his athleticism late in the second round, but he is a project at best who could become a Bo Outlaw-type player.