Defense-first teams have put a stranglehold on college basketball’s national title in recent years, but even the best D needs some players who can put points on the board. The best offensive weapons can even take an unremarkable defensive team and turn it into a contender.
One player hoping to make that jump in 2013-14 is Tyler Haws, who destroyed West Coast Conference defenses as a sophomore. The 6’5” guard just missed the national top 10 in scoring last season, and he should have no trouble reaching that lofty perch as his Cougars vie with Gonzaga for the league title.
Read on for more on Haws and the rest of the 25 most dangerous point producers in college hoops for this season.