ANALYSIS: With Chris Paul in the NBA, Gray moved from shooting to point guard for his senior season with mixed results. Gray averaged a career-high 18.2 points per game but had his worst shooting season at 37 percent. He seemed to struggle finding a balance between getting his teammates involved and knowing when to shoot. Wake Forest struggled this past season to a disappointing 17-17 record and a first-round loss in the NIT. Gray is a streaky scorer capable of big numbers in any given game, but he is not a good shooter. Gray is an aggressive offensive player who attacks defenders and takes the ball strong to the basket. Although he can make three-pointers, his shot selection is spotty. He averaged almost eight three-point attempts as a senior but only converted on 36 percent. It seemed the extra burden of playing point guard had a direct impact on his shooting. As a junior, when he played shooting guard across from Paul, he shot 41 percent from three-point range. Gray scored points from the day he stepped on the court at Wake Forest, as he averaged 12.7 points as a freshman, 17.0 as a sophomore and 16.0 as a junior. Last season, he scored a career-high 37 points against an always stingy Wisconsin defense. But his other stats are not staggering. He is not a great passer and averaged 4.3 assists as a senior with only one game in double-digit assists. Although he is an extremely hard-nosed player who broke his nose as a sophomore and played through it, he lacks NBA point guard skills. Gray is just an average athlete, and he did not have a good showing at the pre-draft Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. In two games, Gray averaged 9.5 points, shot 32-percent from the floor, including 2 of 12 from three-point range and averaged five assists. He did not do anything to improve his already shaky draft status.