Injured former Maryland center seems to have gained some confidence.
The former Maryland center won't work out this week in Chicago because of his injury, but he's still in town for interviews.
Len will be sidelined for four to six months after undergoing successful surgery to repair a partial stress fracture in his left ankle.
The center spent two years in College Park.
Maryland will likely replace Len's productivity by committee next season.
To no surprise, the sophomore will soon announce his decision to enter the NBA draft, becoming a likely lottery pick.
Getting into the nitty-gritty of the Maryland center's low-post data, and some other interesting advanced stats for Maryland's center.
Saturday, Len turned in the type of performance that has NBA scouts raving about his potential.
An early elbow from Devin Thomas lit a fire underneath Maryland's sophomore center.
Sophomore center played just 17 minutes vs. Florida State, tying a season low.