Draft Prospect Outlook:
If you're an NBA team looking for length, look no further than Texas one-and-done phenom Mo Bamba. The 7-footer has a 7-10 wingspan, the longest in NBA combine history, and put it to good use in his lone college season by leading the Big 12 in blocks per contest. He's a work-in-progress offensively, but his rim-protecting skillset should translate immediately to the next level.
• Was a nationally known basketball prospect from December of his sophomore year.
• Seriously considered attending Harvard instead of Texas and Kentucky, his other two final choices.
• His 7-foot-10 wingspan is not only the longest measured wingspan in this year's draft, but also in NBA Draft Combine history.
Player profiles and scouting reports compiled by CBS Sports' Kyle Boone and 247Sports' Evan Daniels, Josh Gershon and Brian Snow