Wade Baldwin IV, was Vanderbilt's star Point Guard during his two seasons in Nashville. Baldwin was a lock for the first round and may have improved his range on draft night with his strong measurements at the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago. The NBA has been growing more and more obsessed with measurements and analytics every season. The former Commodore measured in at a solid 6 foot 4 in sneakers and has the largest wingspan of any Point Guard taking part of the combine with 6'11.25". Only Malachi Richardson of Syracuse had a longer wingspan of all of the Guards at the combine measuring in at 7'0". Baldwin also had the largest Hand length and width of all of the guards measured (Length - 9.0 inches, Width 9.75 inches respectively). Baldwin is only 1 of 2 Point Guards to weight at over 200 lbs (201.8 lbs). Keep in mind another top guard Dejounete Murray of Washington did not take part in the combine. Baldwin's athletic testing was tremendous for a point guard (38 inch vertical, 10.45 second lane agility). He can certainly rise up another 5-10 spots on draft night with some strong workouts.