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Blackmon Jr. is one of the nation's elite scorers. His performances in the McDonald's All-American Game (13 points) and Jordan Brand Classic (23 points) showed he can put up points. Against the top prospects in America, he more than held his own.
So, his ability to put the ball in through the bottom of the net should translate to the college game. He has a silky smooth jump shot and can light it up from beyond the arc.
There is no doubt that he can lead the Hoosiers in scoring. Yes, the ball will be in Ferrell's hands a lot of the time and Stanford Robinson and Troy Williams will be much improved, but there is still a big hole in Indiana's offense.
Because of this, he should get more than his fair share of scoring opportunities, and if he proves he can score, those chances will only increase.
As far as three-pointers are concerned, Blackmon Jr. made 47 percent of his attempts this season. Will this trend continue in college? Head coach Tom Crean certainly hopes so, but I think 40 to 41 percent is more realistic.
Points per Game: 18.8