If hecan get lottery pick money, he's gone. And everyone knows it.Sports Illustratedprojects him as one of t #file_links[D:\keywords2.txt,1,S] he top four picks. No way a player can turn down that kind of loot. And the fact he's averaging only 11.8 points and 8.1 rebounds per game, often looks lost in the paint and disappears from the Terps offense for long stretches probably won't discourage NBA teams from taking a flyer on the big kid from Ukraine.Whoever drafts him will send him to a big man's camp, maybe the one Hall of Famer Hakeem Olajuwon runs in Houston, where pros like Amare Stoudamire and Tyson Chandler of the Knicks and Marcin Gorat and R #file_links[D:\keywords5.txt,1,S] obin Lopez of the Suns have sought instruction.They'll work Lento deathon post moves, drop-steps, sealing off his man to receive an entry pass and anything else they can think of to make him better and more assertive on offense.But Len isn'twithout his strengths,even at the end of what is generally regarded as a disappointing season for him in College Park.He's athletic -- he did cartwheels when introduced to Maryland fans at his Midnight Madness debut two years ago. And when's the last time you saw a 7-footer strong enough and agile enough to do that?He runs the court well, has soft hands andgood shooting form on his turnaround jumper. And he doesn't shy away from contact or seem intimidated by the other physical big men in the ACC.Finally, he's immensely coachable and desperately wants to be a better all-around player.But he needs to vastly improve his offensive skillsto be any kind of a presence in the NBA.A good gameagainst Wake and another strong performanceagainst Duke Friday night, providing Maryland gets past theDemon Deacons, mig #file_links[D:\keywords1.txt,1,S #file_links[D:\keywords3.txt,1,S] ] ht play a factor in where he ends up in the draft. So would a good showingif Maryland ends upplaying in the NIT.It's weird to thinkthat a 7-footer who's been hel #file_links[D:\keywords4.txt,1,S] d to less than 10 points in four of his last six games and who hasn't had a double-double since Jan. 22, isready to play in the NBA.But that doesn't seem to matter anymore.