Cousins isn't a lock to get taken in this year's draft, but he's likely content just to have the chance, given what happened after his sophomore season at Oklahoma. Cousins was hit in the back of his shoulder by a stray bullet in his hometown of Mount Vernon, New York, in May 2014. He fortunately escaped without too much harm and finished his four seasons as the fifth-best 3-point shooter in Sooners history, knocking down 40.7 percent of his attempts. He also concluded his career in the top 10 with 176 3-pointers and 157 steals while scoring 1,326 points and starting 119 of 137 games. Overshadowed by the outstanding Buddy Hield for much of his time in Norman, Cousins averaged at least 11 points and knocked down better than 40 percent of his 3-pointers in each of his final three seasons. He moved to point guard as a senior and finished fifth in the Big 12 with 4.5 assists per game. Cousins' 41.1 shooting percentage from beyond the arc was also good for fifth and helped him earn third team all-conference honors. He connected on just 40.8 percent of his overall shots, however, and 66.1 percent from the free-throw line in his final two seasons. Cousins is thought to rely too much on his subpar penetration skills and has a tendency to take ill-advised shots. He is also considered undersized for his projected position of shooting guard but might get a look if he can persuade teams that he's a suitable point guard.