Possibly the most athletic player in this pool of players, Dwayne Mitchell
already has the physical attributes needed to play in the NBA. An explosive leaper in particular, Mitchell was a true stat-sheet stuffer in his senior season (2005-06) at Louisiana Lafayette, averaging 16 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 turnovers, and 2 steals. He was on the verge of being drafted last June, but saw most teams back off after being diagnosed (allegedly incorrectly according to his agent at the time) with a heart condition at the NBA pre-draft camp. Mitchell went to play professionally in Paris, where he had an up and down season playing for a bad team. Mitchells biggest hurdle will be to improve his perimeter shot, which is by far his biggest weakness. Gaining experience and improving his feel for the game would also go a long ways in helping him achieve his considerable potential.