A funny thing happens on the way to investigating these mid-major draft prospects.
Sometimes you have players like Rakim Sanders or Will Witherspoon, where the data more or less matches what you see with your eyes, and you think "teams probably shouldn't use a draft pick on this guy."
Then you come across a kid like Cameron Moore out of UAB and you go "why is nobody talking about this kid more?!"
Moore began his career with the Blazers as a walk-on playing a total of 650 minutes in his freshman and sophomore seasons combined.
He finished his career as the conference's defensive player of the year (for reasons we'll get to in a minute) and the primary scoring threat for a pretty lackluster team.
Where does he go from here? That is exactly what we hope to answer today as we continue our 2012 NBA Draft profiles.