ANALYSIS: Widely regarded as the first Israeli-born player to potentially make it to the NBA, Eliahu still has a lot of work ahead of him to make the jump to the league. He is a raw player with tremendous skills and athletic ability, but there are several obstacles in Eliahu's path to the NBA. While Eliahu has shown a variety of offensive abilities, the competition level he is facing is far from stellar. Nevertheless, scouts are seemingly always interested in a player that is 6-foot-9 and can hit the NBA three, take the ball off the dribble and doesn't play atrocious defense. Eliahu opened some eyes at the European under-20 Championships in Russia this past summer, averaging 18.6 points and 6.3 rebounds per game. Eliahu has the foundation in place to become a productive NBA player. He needs a few more years' seasoning overseas to refine his game. Also delaying his potential NBA future is a two-year required military stint with the national army. Though he may be a few years away from his NBA debut, Eliahu is firmly on the draft radar for this year and several years to follow.