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After averaging 15.3 points as a freshman, B.J. Young repeated his scoring success as a sophomore, only at a much less efficient rate.
He saw his three-point percentage dip from 41.3 percent to 22.7 percent—a troubling number for a player who will need a jumper to rely on.
At just 6'3'', 180 pounds, Young isn't much of a point guard and will be forced to play against bigger and stronger 2s.
He's fallen into the tweener category, which might not only limit him at the next level, but prevent him from sticking there. He has the talent of a top-15 pick, but without a true position, the first round might be off limits.
Young will have to prove to scouts in workouts that his poor three-point percentage isn't a true reflection of his accuracy. He'll have a tough time convincing scouts he can facilitate a half-court offense, but he will have the opportunity to show he's a better shot-maker than his percentage suggests.