Draft Prospect Outlook:
There's more to Grayson Allen's game than just tripping, despite what you may remember from his time at Duke. He's an energy player who shot a consistently high percentage during his four seasons in college (37.45 percent), and thrived both on and off the ball on offense. The fact that he recorded the fourth-highest max vertical leap at just over 40 inches at the NBA Draft Combine suggests his highlight-reel dunks and unbelievable athletic ability will be translatable immediately, though his defense was mostly average in college.
• Shot a career-best 50.3-percent from the field as a senior and made more 3-pointers (102) than any season of his career.
• Won a state championship as a junior and the McDonald's All-American dunk contest in March of his senior year by jumping over fellow Duke signee Jahlil Okafor.
• As a freshman who averaged 4.4 points per game, he reeled off 16 points - including eight in a row - in the 2015 National Championship game to help propel them to a victory.
Player profiles and scouting reports compiled by CBS Sports' Kyle Boone and 247Sports' Evan Daniels, Josh Gershon and Brian Snow