ANALYSIS: Millsap was an absolute monster on the glass in his time with the Bulldogs, leading the nation in rebounds each of his three years. He pulled down 10 or more rebounds in 72 of his 92 career college games, recording 68 double-doubles in the process. Included in his 2005-06 season was a 28-rebound performance against San Jose State, the highest total in over five years in the Western Athletic Conference. While his rebounding prowess is well-known, Millsap can also put points on the board, averaging 18.6 points per game on 57.7 percent from the floor for his collegiate career. He is a bruiser down low, often commanding a double-team in the post. He was also able to excel against good competition, averaging over 21 points per game against ranked opponents. Millsap was able to overwhelm opponents with his brute strength, but he will have to add a jumper to excel at the next level. Often working close to the basket, Millsap has a decent array of moves down low, but has very little range on his shot. His actual height will also come into question during the pre-draft camps, as he may be closer to 6-foot-6 than his listed 6-foot-8. Millsap is a hard-worker and achieved great things while at Louisiana Tech. He may have played against lesser competition in college, but he has a great nose for rebounds and can score around the hoop. With strong pre-draft workouts, Millsap could work his way into the late first round as a Ryan Gomes-type player.