ANALYSIS: In a draft lacking true centers, a raw unknown with size like Saer Sene goes from an afterthought to a player who could vault himself into the first round. Having played the game for less than five years, Saer Sene is a work in progress to say the least. At a legitimate seven-feet tall, his wingspan is a reported 7-foot-8 making him a defensive weapon. Saer Sene was a virtual unknown until he put on a show at the 2006 Nike Hoops Summit. Saer Sene blocked nine shots in one contest that left onlookers buzzing, moving him firmly into the draft picture. It is his lack of offensive ability that has scouts wondering what Saer Sene can contribute at the next level. Playing overseas in Belgium, Saer Sene averages fewer than four points per game in just under 12 minutes of action. Although he is shooting almost 70 percent from the floor, Saer Sene gets most of his points around the basket. A 35.3 percent clip from the free throw line is more indicative of his lack of overall shooting touch. There are plenty of centers in the NBA that cannot shoot a lick (Ben Wallace comes to mind) so Saer Sene still will get a shot in the league. Teams will always look for a big man that can at least give them minutes in the post, which Saer Sene can eventually provide. He will need to add weight to handle himself in the post, but with time he could potentially be a defensive force. The right situation could have Saer Sene being selected in the late first-round and left overseas for a year or two to refine his game.