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These 12 gunners are players with solid name value, mostly competing for tournament-quality programs. They simply may not be as consistent or prolific as the players in the top 25 proper.
Drew Barham, Gonzaga: The Memphis transfer has discovered his shooting stroke since joining the Zags. After shooting less than 28 percent over his two years as a Tiger, he's drained 46.7 percent in a career-high 20 minutes per game this season.
Billy Baron, Canisius: A 23-point-per-game scorer this season, Baron ranks in the nation's top 10. It helps that he's knocking in a career-best 43 percent of his threes. He's 17th in America with 52 three-pointers made.
Ben Brust, Wisconsin: Brust gets nearly two-thirds of his points from beyond the arc. He's hitting 42.3 percent and has drained a total of 47 threes. He's either first or second in the Big Ten in all three columns.
Trevor Cooney, Syracuse: Cooney's gone from a seldom-used freshman reserve to a feared gunner in his second season. He's drained five or more threes in seven different games this year.
Andre Dawkins, Duke: Dawkins' 45.2 three-point percentage is the best of his career, but his 15 minutes per game are down from his previous two seasons. Everyone's playing time is in flux as Mike Krzyzewski struggles to find a cohesive defensive lineup.
Kellen Dunham, Butler: Dunham is shooting 39.3 percent, up markedly from his freshman year, but he's trailing behind some fast company in this group. He arrived as a go-to guy with a 32-point game (6-of-9 from three) against Washington State.
Michael Frazier, Florida: Almost half of the Gators' three-point baskets (44 of 96) come off Frazier's sizzling hand. He ranks 23rd in the nation at a 46.8 shooting percentage.
Marshall Henderson, Ole Miss: Henderson hoists 11.5 three-point attempts per game, draining more than 39 percent. That's a four-point improvement over last year. He put up a ludicrous 23 tries in an overtime loss to Oregon, making 10.
Rodney Hood, Duke: Hood isn't as prolific as some of the top 25, but he's highly efficient with the shots he does take. His 46.8 three-point percentage leads the ACC.
Jermaine Marshall, Arizona State: Marshall is sizzling this season, drilling 46 of 100 attempts to rank in the top 40 nationwide in both three-pointers made and three-point percentage. Still, this kind of efficiency is new to him, as he was a 32.6 percent career shooter entering this year.
Nic Moore, SMU: Only seven players in the nation are shooting 50 percent or better from long range. SMU point guard Moore is the least prolific of the bunch, but he's still knocked down three or more triples in eight of his 16 games.
Rashad Muhammad, San Jose State: The Spartan freshman is the younger brother of ex-UCLA star/current Minnesota Timberwolf Shabazz Muhammad. Rashad is easily the more consistent shooter, pouring in nearly 47 percent from deep.