Jackson's supreme quickness and court speed will have to make up for a relative lack of size as he transitions to the next level.
After a more than worthy four-year stay at Kansas, Elijah Johnson should be lauded for his incredible perseverance through a myriad of roles.
Kabongo has a lot of what you want in your NBA-caliber point guards, but his shooting touch still leaves a lot to be desired.
The 2010-11 Big 12 Newcomer of the Year (Ratliffe, #10 pictured) enhanced his 2012 NBA Draft stock with a strong senior season for the Tigers.
After a subpar junior campaign, English (pictured shooting) rebounded in his final season to have his best season for the Tigers.
Denmon’s stellar play the last two seasons is a big reason why the Tigers earned a top seed in the 2012 NCAA tournament.
White has size, but more importantly skill to go with it. The 6-foot-8, 270-pounder combines footwork and poise with a solid feel for the game.
Middleton didn't build on his impressive sophomore campaign in 2011-12, but he still remains a legitimate second round candidate in this year's draft.
Arguably the NCAA’s top shot blocker, Withey’s timing (#5 pictured) and natural athleticism shouldn’t be surprising. His entire family has a strong volleyball background.
Taylor (#10 pictured) may be one of the fastest players in the 2012 NBA Draft when it comes to on-court speed with the ball in his hands. His improvement in 2011-12 was a big reason the Jayhawks made it to the NCAA Championship game.