Before the season, it wasn't crazy to think that, with a great sophomore campaign, Yogi Ferrell could leave for the NBA draft. He's played admirably and is Indiana's leading scorer, but another year in Bloomington would serve him well.
Ferrell's biggest problem after last season was his shooting, specifically from outside the arc. He's solved that problem, as he is now Indiana's best threat from the outside, making 42 percent of his attempts.
However, Ferrell's game still needs work. While his three-point shooting is superb, his mid-range game is another story. According to Hoop-Math.com, Ferrell is shooting just 28.4 percent on two-point jump shots. Clearly, there is room for improvement.
Considering the mid-range jumper is an extremely important shot for NBA point guards in today's pick-and-roll offense, it would be wise for Ferrell to improve from this area of the court.
Finally, by no means am I discounting what Ferrell has done this season. He deserves a ton of credit for the way he's played. Without him, IU would be struggling much more than it currently is.
He's one of the Big Ten's best players and will almost certainly be an All-Big Ten selection. With that said, he shouldn't rush his jump to the NBA. He can take his game to even another level with more time in college.