The 2005 Draft early entrant really turned a lot of heads in his three games at Maui, showing that he is much more then just the serviceable scoring option off of the bench that he was in his first three years in college. While his shot selection was truly horrendous at Maui, Rodgers showed nice size (6'4) and amazing defensive ability for a point guard prospect. Any time that Arizona needed a stop on the defensive end, they sent Chris out to take care of the task, which he did very well. Aside from his defense, Rodgers showed the ability to score on absolutely anyone in the country and actually did a solid job of distributing the ball to his teammates when open. The biggest obstacle for the Portland native to overcome is his aforementioned shot selection and decision making. If he is able to improve upon this along with continuing to gain comfort running a team, we will have a legitimate draft prospect on our hands. If not, he will find himself toiling amongst many other American combo guards with little to no understanding of the team game in Europe.