Draft Prospect Outlook:
An injury-plagued season at Missouri derailed what may have been a stellar one-and-done season for Michael Porter Jr., the No. 2 prospect in the 2017 recruiting class. Still, he's an elite-level scorer who, at 6-10, can stretch his game from inside the paint to outside the 3-point arc. The big question for him is whether his scoring will become more efficient in the NBA and whether his back injury will hamper him in any way at the next level.
• Missed all but three games of his lone college season because of a back injury (a microdiscectomy of the L3-L4 spinal discs).
• Was a consensus top-three recruit in the Class of 2017 and was widely expected to be a top-three draft pick, as well, before the injury.
• Father Michael Porter Sr. is an assistant coach at Missouri, where brother Jontay and sisters Bri and Cierra all play basketball as well.
Player profiles and scouting reports compiled by CBS Sports' Kyle Boone and 247Sports' Evan Daniels, Josh Gershon and Brian Snow