Some of the best moments in Syracuse Orange basketball history weren't possible without prolific outside shooters.
Carmelo Anthony was the centerpiece of the 2003 national championship, but the trophy wasn't winnable without Gerry McNamara.
The 1987 Final Four run was built on the sharpshooting of Greg Monroe, and the 1995-96 run was fueled by the three-point prowess of Marius Janulis and Todd Burgan.
But who exactly are the best long-range shooters in the program's history? Here's our rundown of Syracuse's all-time greatest deep threats.