Milwaukee Bucks: Options At No. 48 In NBA Draft

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Feb 1, 2014; Stillwater, OK, USA; Baylor Bears forward Cory Jefferson (34) dunks over Oklahoma State Cowboys center Kamari Murphy (21) in the second half at Gallagher-Iba Arena. Baylor beat Oklahoma State 76-70. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Cory Jefferson, PF, Baylor

Jefferson, 23, is a 6-foot-9, 218-pound power forward with a 7-foot-½ wingspan who is coming off a solid senior season for the Bears.

He averaged 13.6 points, 8.1 rebounds, 1.3 blocks and one assist in 29.3 minutes, shooting .494/.378/.646.

Jefferson got more than 96 percent of his offense in the half court, primarily coming off the ball and scoring on cuts, offensive rebounds or out of the pick and roll.

But Jefferson suffered some regression as a senior, particularly with his jump shot, dropping from a 48.8 percent conversion rate as a junior to 33 percent as a senior. But his jumper is better than it was when he arrived at Baylor, with good elevation and a solid follow-through.

If he can get his jumper cleaned up, it could make him an option in the pick and pop game. He’s explosive around the basket and sets good screens, which makes him a good pick and roll threat already.

His post-up game was really good as a junior and also took a step back last season and he could stand to add some strength in his lower body, because he can get pushed off the block when trying to set up moves in the post.