ANALYSIS: Watson is one of three players in Tennessee history to compile 1,000 points (1,424) and 400 assists (577) along with Allan Houston and Tony Harris. Watson was a key component in Tennessee's surprising 22-8 record this season, capping a career in which he started 118 of 119 contests. Watson had his best season as a senior, setting career highs in shooting percentage (47-percent), free-throw percentage (88 percent), three-point shooting percentage (42-percent), points (15.3 per game) and steals (2.0 per game). Although he is a decent passer and good enough ball-handler, Watson does not play like a pure point guard. He is a scorer at heart, posting double-figures in 28 of the Volunteers' 30 games this season. He sometimes has a shoot-first mentality and is not a creative player in terms of getting his teammates involved. Watson rarely penetrates the lane, and his assists dropped to 3.9 his senior season after averaging five or more in each of his first three college seasons. Trying to increase his draft stock, Watson was named to the All-Portsmouth Third Team at the pre-draft Portsmouth Invitational, where he averaged 16.3 points per game, shot 57 percent from the floor and made five-of-seven three pointers. Watson does not turn the ball over a lot and is a heady player on the break. But, he needs to learn how to play the point guard position with a pass-first emphasis. For his career, Watson shot just over 43 percent from the floor, however he hit almost 40 percent of his shots from three. While his shot has improved, it's still unknown how consistent a shooter he can be.