Kyle Anderson arrived at UCLA in the fall of 2012 as a highly touted ESPN 100 prospect, and after an underwhelming freshman season the 6-foot-8 point forward showed improvement across the board as a sophomore under new Bruins coach Steve Alford.
Though Anderson has a rare skillset that sets him apart from other NBA hopefuls, his lack of athleticism is a concern for scouts, and he could need a strong performance in the NCAA tournament to solidify a spot in the first round of the 2014 NBA draft. Right now, he's No. 33 on the Big Board.
But what happens if the Bruins exit early, or if Anderson fails to impress? Could he return for a third season in Westwood? Here's the latest.