ANALYSIS: Haryasz can rain jumpers unlike many big men. His range can extend beyond 18 feet, but the mid-range jumper is his specialty. Due to his love for the jumper, his field goal percentage looks more like a guard's than a big man's, as he shot 48 percent from the floor as a senior. He also averaged 16.2 points, 8.7 rebounds and 1.7 blocks. Although Haryasz has worked hard on gaining weight during college and gotten stronger, the biggest knock on him is still his lack of strength. He can be pushed around in the paint by larger players and tends to shy away from contact. Haryasz does utilize his extremely long wingspan well and is a decent shot blocker. Despite the fact that he needs to add more muscle, his collegiate numbers show he is a solid rebounder. As a junior, he averaged 9.1 rebounds per game and had eleven double-doubles. As a senior, he recorded ten double-doubles. He must continue to add body mass to withstand the rigors of the NBA and dispel notions that he is a soft player. His ability to run the floor and shoot makes him an intriguing prospect in a draft lacking quality big men.