There are few players at the point guard position with the size and athleticism that Washington's Tony Wroten possesses.
An absolute nightmare on the fast break for opposing teams, the 6'6" Wroten profiles as a John Wall, Rajon Rondo type of point guard in the NBA.
While he sometimes tries to play outside himself and force the issue, Wroten has about as much potential as any player in the 2012 draft.
With excellent vision combined with his ability to get to the hoop, Wroten can make virtually any pass look easy and has the potential to be a great offensive facilitator in the NBA.
The biggest weakness in Wroten's game is his long-range jumper as he shot just 18 percent from beyond the arc. While he could improve on his touch and mechanics, don't expect perimeter shooting to be a major part of his game.
With his great size and athleticism added to excellent point guard skills, Wroten could be a steal for a team late in the first round or early in the second round of the NBA draft.