ANALYSIS: Scoring is not an issue for Douby. After leading the Big East in scoring as a junior at 24 points per game, Douby decided to enter the NBA draft. He did not hire an agent in case he decides to return to school. There are a lot of things offensively Douby can do. He has tremendous shooting range and can create his own shot quite easily. Douby shot a respectable 46 percent from the floor as a junior including hitting 40-percent of his three-point shots. He really opened scouts' eyes last season when he scored 41 points including nine three-pointers against Syracuse. Douby had eight 30-point games his junior year. He has a smooth release on his jumper and is an excellent free-throw shooter (85 percent last season). He also averaged 4.3 rebounds and 3.1 assists last year. His scoring averaged shot up from 15.1 points per game as a sophomore to 25.4 as a junior. When he is hot, he can really fill it up from the outside. He is also a very capable ball-handler, which he needed dearly at Rutgers where he faced many double and triple teams because of a lack of a supporting cast. Size and strength are weaknesses for Douby. He's only 6-foot-3 and many scouts doubt his ability to play the point and run a team. Defensively, bigger guards will be able to physically overmatch him. However, Douby does aggressively defend and gives maximum effort on defense. His scoring ability and polished offensive game makes him a borderline first round pick.