Former Boise State guard Thomas Bropleh has the versatility to make it as a pro basketball player, and he will be taking part in Saturday's NBA Developmental League draft, according to Ridiculous Upside.
Bropleh wrapped up his career with the Broncos in the 2013-14 season where he averaged just under eight points per game but his real strength was shooting 43 percent from beyond the arc and 80 percent from the free throw line.
On the defensive side of the ball he had the athleticism to match up with other bigger players and cause havoc. Being able to play both sides of the ball will get him noticed. Those in the D-League like what they see in Bropleh and he could be an early round draft pick.
His last year at Boise State was marred with a rib injury which he played through but it was enough of an issue where he was not able to showcase his talent as much as he would have liked.
He ended up playing this past year overseas in the Pro A Germany league where he proceeded to average 15.9 points per game and 4.6 rebounds.
The NBA D-League Draft is Saturday Oct. 31 at 2 p.m. ET.