ANALYSIS: Outstanding court vision makes Jordan Farmar a very capable point guard. He clearly elevated the play of his UCLA teammates in their drive to the 2006 championship game and clearly was the leader of that team. He scored 18 points in the Bruins' loss to the Gators for the title. Farmar is an excellent passer and ball-handler, but sometimes his aggressive style causes him to make too many turnovers. He averaged 3.8 turnovers per game in college. He does have a keen knack for knowing precisely when to push the tempo and when to slow the game down. Farmar plays with a poise that belies his 19 years of age. Farmar declared for the draft after two college seasons and is an adept penetrator who finishes strong around the basket. He has the ability to score as well as find his teammates. Last season, he averaged 13.5 points and 5.1 assists per game. He is a capable outside shooter, but he can be very streaky. He shot 41 percent from the floor in his college career and 33 percent from three-point range. Sometimes his shot selection is very spotty. Farmar is undersized and can be pushed around by bigger guards on defense, but he is a hustling defender with quick hands. Offensively he has the skills to keep opposing defenders on their heels, especially when he employs his nasty crossover dribble. Despite being an intriguing point guard prospect because of his playmaking ability, Farmar might be better served to go back to college for another year of seasoning to help his draft status. Right now, he is a borderline first-round pick that could slip into the second round. But, he has the skills to be a decent backup point guard in the NBA and finding true point guards is not an easy task.