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Hollowell is one of IU's best at the charity stripe.
Like Sheehey, sophomore Jeremy Hollowell isn't having a noteworthy season, averaging 7.7 points per game while shooting just 34.6 percent from the floor. And, once again, like Sheehey, Hollowell's impressive stat is his free-throw percentage, but in Hollowell's case, he is exceptionally better than he was last season.
As a freshman, Hollowell's free-throw percentage of 63.2 was one of the worst on the team. Only Hanner Mosquera-Perea and Austin Etherington were worse, and they didn't play near as much. So yes, Hollowell's number was bad.
This year has been a totally different story. Currently, Hollowell is making 80.9 percent of his attempts, which out of players getting significant playing time, puts him second.
This has been a welcomed improvement for the Hoosiers. Now, Hollowell just needs to get to the line more to cash in on his talent.