After putting himself on the NBA radar with a highly productive four-year career at Texas-Arlington, Hervey confirmed his status as a draftable prospect by both testing and measuring well at the combine. Armed with a solid long-range jump shot and an insane 7-foot-3 wingspan, the two-time first team All-Sun Belt selection shows potential as either a wing or a small-ball stretch four capable of scoring inside or out and making an impact on the boards. Though not an exceptional athlete, Hervey does run the floor well, hustles to position himself for open looks on the offensive end and generally shows good effort defensively. He's a willing passer as well, though he has a tendency to force the action that can lead to careless turnovers and lower-percentage shots. While the lack of a great supporting cast at UT Arlington may help explain those issues, teams still may have some hesitation in investing in an older prospect (turns 22 in July) from a mid-major program who'll have to adjust to a far different role in the pros. Hervey's medicals will require close inspection as well, as he tore his right ACL in high school and the left one during his sophomore season at UTA. He doesn't have the highest of ceilings, but Hervey has enough size and skill for teams to envision him panning out as a glue-guy along the lines of Al-Farouq Aminu.