Jimmer Fredette has all of a sudden been the hottest name on the college basketball scene. The 6'2" senior from BYU has put on show after show this season.
He is leading all of Division I basketball in scoring, averaging over 27 points per game. Fredette is the leader of a BYU team that is 20-1 and ranked ninth in the country. That No. 9 ranking is also about to change after beating conference rival San Diego State this past week.
Here we look back at Jimmer's top performances of this season so far. It's Jimmer Time!
Fredette hit a go-ahead three-pointer with 10 seconds left to beat St. Mary's.
Jimmer and BYU blow out Vermont in front of his hometown crowd.
Jackson Emery, another senior guard, stole the show for BYU that night.
Side note: He only played 21 minutes. Granted, it was Chicago State, but that's a field goal approximately every two minutes.
In BYU's first big test at home, Jimmer shined.
Jimmer leads BYU to an impressive win over a then 8-2 Arizona team.
BYU breaks its eight-game away losing streak to the Running Rebels.
Jimmer was 16-of-17 from the charity stripe.
Side Notes: First of three 40-point games so far this season.
Jimmer saved his best game of the season for BYU's toughest matchup so far, as the Cougars easily took care of No. 4 SDSU.
Jimmer's stats are ridiculous, as he is averaging 27.4 points, 4.2 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game. He is shooting 42.1 percent from three-point range, 48.2 percent overall and 90.1 percent from the free throw line.