Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
You're not going to see too many plays run for Wayne Selden. In Kansas' offense, he occupies the role of an opportunistic scorer—if a shot or lane is there, he'll take it, but creating them isn't his forte.
And it can lead to inconsistency, especially on a roster with upperclassmen and two other freshmen higher in the pecking order.
But Selden can play, and at 6'5", 230 pounds, he also offers that NBA size and physical presence.
Offensively, he still has plenty of room to grow, but he's capable in each facet of the game. As a shooter, he's hitting 39.1 percent of his two-point jumpers, per Hoop-Math, and a respectable 35.4 percent of his three-pointers. When attacking the basket, he demonstrates some impressive body control as a finisher, which he uses to convert over 70.8 percent of his shots at the rim.
Though given how little freedom he's had as a scorer or playmaker, Selden might want to return for a bigger role as a sophomore to increase his draft stock. But a breakout performance in the Big 12 tournament could help remind scouts why he'd been such a highly touted prospect coming in.