Baylor's front court was known for its length with Isaiah Austin and Cory Jefferson.
At the NBA Combine on Thursday, they combined for a wingspan of 14' 5.00" Austin had the longest wingspan at 7' 4.50" while Jefferson was at 7' 0.50".
The lane is 12 feet wide on an NCAA court, 2' 5.00" shorter than Austin and Jefferson combined. The radius from the middle of the hoop to the outside of the three-point line is 20' 9".
Moving on to weight, half of the six Big 12 players at the combine were the same, or within two pounds, of what they weighed before the start of last season (as listed on their teams's websites). One gained weight, Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart (220-227.2), while two lost weight - Oklahoma State's Markel Brown (190-184.4) and Austin (225-219.5).
Now comes height - the most anticipated part of the day. Do coaches fudge on some of their player's heights to make them look better on paper? Sure. A 6-foot-4 shooting guard looks better in the NBA than one who's 6-foot-2. At the draft, the players were measured in socks. Here's how they measured up with their combine height listed first, followed by what was recorded by the school before last season.
Isaiah Austin PF-C 6' 11.50" 7' 1"
Markel Brown SG 6' 2.50" 6" 3"
Melvin Ejim SF 6' 5.25" 6' 6"
Cory Jefferson PF-C 6' 7.75" 6' 9"
DeAndre Kane PG 6' 2.75" 6' 4"
Marcus Smart PG 6' 2.00" 6' 4"
Here's a complete list of measurements for every participant at the combine.