ANALYSIS: Pecherov made a name for himself during the 2004 Reebok Eurocamp, establishing himself among the best players there. He further put himself on the draft radar by leading the Ukraine to the gold medal at the Global Games, averaging 24 points and 10 rebounds per game in the process. Pecherov's draft stock has fallen a bit since his good run in 2004. However, he still has a solid skill set that could get him a look in the late first round. He has averaged nine points and almost five rebounds per game in just under 17 minutes this past season, including a 23-point, 12-rebound performance. Pecherov does many things adequately, but nothing in his game stands out. He is a solid athlete and possesses decent range on his jumper for a power forward. He lacks ideal strength in a ""four"", needing to add about 20-30 pounds to fill out his frame. Even if drafted, Pecherov could stand to play another year or two in Europe to refine his game. He will be only 21 when the draft comes around in June, giving teams a few years to let him blossom overseas. If he can regain the form he showed a few years ago, Pecherov could wind up a solid rotation player for many years to come.