ANALYSIS: After averaging 17.2 points per game as a junior, Brown declared for the NBA draft but did not hire an agent. He is solidly built and is an explosive athlete who has improved his shooting. Brown excels at going to the basket and elevated his three-point shooting to a career-best 39 percent this past season. He is an outstanding leaper and dunker and is definitely athletic enough to play in the NBA. When the game is on the line, Brown seems to step up. He was named the Most Outstanding Player in the Austin Regional in 2005 after scoring 24 points against Kentucky to lead the Spartans to the Final Four. Brown is an aggressive on-the-ball defender, who averaged 1.5 steals per game last season. Sometimes his aggressiveness costs him on the offensive end. He averaged 2.5 turnovers a game last season. The main concern with Brown's game concerns his height. He is small for the shooting guard position in the pros and does not possess point guard skills, even though he is a decent ball-handler. Brown would be best served to return to college for his senior season and continue to work on his outside shooting.