Nobody’s perfect, not even the biggest stars heading into what stands to be an exciting college basketball season. Every player has his Achilles' heel—even the ones who aren’t recovering from Achilles tears.
Baylor’s Isaiah Austin is a 7’1” center who can knock down perimeter jumpers and dominate the paint with his long arms. Even with all those assets, though, the 220-lb rising sophomore is susceptible to smaller players who have the muscle to push him around.
Read on for more on Austin, along with the most crucial vulnerabilities of the rest of the 25 best players in the nation for 2013-14.