A three-point shot can completely change the momentum of college basketball games.
A deadly shooter from deep can turn games in a team’s favor in mere seconds.
Yet despite their importance, many of the best three-point shooters in college basketball fly under the radar.
Players like Doron Lamb, Doug McDermott and Kim English have made a name for themselves by becoming three-point specialists.
But none of those three players are in the top five nationally in three-point percentage.
The players who really excel play for teams outside of the major conferences.
Because their colleges are relatively unknown in the national landscape, many of the most prolific three-point shooters are still unfamiliar.
Not for long.
One of the keys to lower-ranked teams upsetting powerhouses in March is three-point shooting.
If a player can stroke the ball from deep, his team has a great chance to pull off an upset.
Here is a list of the best three-point shooters in the country, all of whom toil in obscurity until March.