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Tu Holloway is right on the bubble of the NBA draft.
Some mock drafts have the Xavier product just sneaking in with the very last pick of the draft. Others have him on the outside looking in.
Either way, it's likely he'll be trying out for teams if he's drafted or not, and has the potential to make his way to the next level.
Yancy Gates and Holloway were two main culprits in the Cincinnati-Xavier brawl this past December, and it would be a shame if that incident halted both of the players from being drafted on June 28.
It's not unlikely, either.
Holloway is listed generously at 6'0" on ESPN.com, but other scouting sites, such as Draftexpress.com, have the Xavier guard listed at 5'11" with shoes.
ESPN.com lists Holloway's top attributes as his speed, ability to penetrate, court vision and passing ability.
Holloway was touted as one of the top guards in the country when Xavier began last year as the No. 8 team in the country, and he mostly lived up to his billing.
He averaged 17 points per game in his senior season, and aside from the major "Crosstown Shootout" brawl blemish, Holloway showcased his skills.
NBA teams certainly aren't ready to give up on Holloway, but he may remain seated during this Thursday's draft.