Big Ten Sixth Man of the Year Will Sheehey had a great junior season. He averaged 9.5 points and 3.5 rebounds per game. His shooting percentages were solid as well (48.6 percent from the field and 34.6 percent from three). While the argument could be made that the biggest thing he has to work on is his outside shooting, his free-throw percentage is a much larger concern.
Sheehey only shot 65.6 percent from the charity stripe. Out of the players that saw significant minutes for the Hoosiers, only Jeremy Hollowell was worse from the free-throw line.
Perhaps the best aspect of Sheehey's game is his ability to attack the rim. Because he is superb at getting to the hoop, he is going to get fouled. When he is at the free-throw line, he has to convert.
If he shoots anything under 75 percent, it will be unacceptable.
Sheehey will be expected to put up more than 9.5 points per game. He can help his cause by improving at the free-throw line.