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As a freshman at Washington, 19-year-old Tony Wroten earned Pac-12 Freshman of the Year honors and was named First Team All-Pac-12.
His 16.7 points per game and his ability to spread the ball around were both key components to the Huskies' 21-10 record this season.
Unfortunately for Wroten, his 6'5'' frame as a point guard leaves him without a true position once he is drafted.
Although he put up what would be a successful season for any player, Wroten's game is filled with questions.
In his only season at Washington he went an abysmal 9-for-56 from behind the arc for a lowly 16 percent.
Shooting less than 60 percent on free throws hurts his game drastically, too.
Wroten may have won the Pac-12 Freshman of the Year, but unfortunately for him, as well as his draft stock, he played in the Pac-12.
Only one team from the conference made the NCAA tournament and it wasn't even Washington.
The lack of competition makes Wroten without a doubt one of the best players in the Pac-12. Once he hits the NBA though, the competition will be more intense than anything he ever saw coming out of the disappointing Pac-12.
Wroten's inability to control the basketball hinders his chances of sneaking into the first round of the draft. He averaged the same amount of turnovers as he did assists during his freshman year, at a shade under four per game.
He also turned the ball over six times in four different games.
As exciting to watch as he is, his risk doesn't seem to be worth the reward.