What about these guys?

Updated: February 24, 2010, 3:05 PM ET
By Fran Fraschilla

Wesley Matthews was not selected in June's NBA draft, yet he plays for the Utah Jazz and has seen action in 55 games, playing more than 20 minutes in 35 of them.

Matthews was a four-year starter for Marquette in arguably the most publicized league in college basketball, the Big East. He played his senior year in what some experts believe to be the most competitive conference in college basketball history. He ended his career as the No. 8 scorer in one of college basketball's most storied programs. And his bloodlines were excellent -- his father played nine seasons in the NBA. How did he get overlooked?

Currently there are a number of players in the college game who are having outstanding careers but are getting no love from NBA teams. Let's look at three of them and break down their chances of making an NBA roster.

Wayne Chism, F, Tennessee