C.J. McCollum is that kid where you look for a flaw, but there just isn't one.
This Lehigh guard was ranked sixth in the nation last year with 21.9 points per game, and if you haven't taken notice of him yet, be sure to follow him in his senior year this season because he can drop points with the best of them.
He's also much more than a top collegiate scorer; check out his humble perspective on deciding to finish school.
Via AOL Sporting News:
My family and I believe another year in college will be more beneficial for me on and off court. If I were in a situation where I needed money, I would definitely consider taking my career to the next level. But both of my parents work hard to ensure my brother and I can live comfortably, which takes away any added pressure to pursue a professional career at this time. The fact that my brother plays professionally over in Israel doesn’t hurt, either.
I believe that finishing up my degree at Lehigh University is an essential and pivotal step in the right direction for my future career in Journalism and Sports Broadcasting. Growing up, I promised my mother I would complete my degree and although there is no time limit, I feel like the time is now.