Elliott Williams had a productive year at Memphis after transferring from Duke following his freshman season. He showed some ability to play point guard, which will help his stock, but still needs to learn the position. Williams is a lock for the first round, and could move into the teens with individual workouts.
Strengths: Showed some ability to play point guard, and ability to put the ball on the floor. Williams uses a great first step to get to the rim and score around the basket. The ability to play point guard greatly improved his stock because he possesses great size as a point guard, but is undersized as a shooting guard. Plays great in position on ball, and anticipates well off the ball.
Weaknesses: Not a great perimeter scorer and struggles with his stroke from the free throw line and beyond. Not quite comfortable playing point guard, but seemed to be developing a better feel during the season. Very rarely uses his right hand making him one dimensional off the dribble.
NBA Comparison: More athletic Cuttino Mobley