|While Perry Jones III is considered Baylor's best NBA prospect, Acy had comparable numbers to his former teammate in each of their two seasons together. However, concerns about size and offensive skills for his projected position, power forward, will likely keep Acy on the board long after Jones is gone and could hinder his chances of being taken by any team. Acy averaged 12.0 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 2011-12 while earning consensus second team all-Big 12 honors, and his final two collegiate games were among his best. Acy had 20 points and 15 rebounds in an NCAA regional semifinal win over Xavier, then scored 22 points in a loss to eventual national champion Kentucky. He's very athletic with great leaping ability and is a great finisher, but his perimeter game is limited and he may have trouble rebounding against bigger bodies at the next level. Acy, though, did join former NBA journeyman Brian Skinner as the only Baylor players to finish in the top 10 in school history in points (1,360), rebounds (828), blocked shots (177) and field goal percentage (60.2). Acy compiled some of those totals while being named Big 12 sixth man of the year in 2010-11. He averaged collegiate highs of 12.4 points and 7.6 boards during that campaign while blocking 1.5 shots per contest.