Jimmer Fredette is the hottest topic in college sports right now. The senior guard leads the nation in PPG with 27.4 and also averages 4.2 assists/game, 3.4 rebounds/game, 1.3 steals/game and has a 3 pt. percentage of .421.
His BYU Cougars are currently 20-1 and ranked No. 9 in the nation after defeating No. 4 San Diego State on January 26.
Despite leading his team to a great season thus far, most mock drafts project the guard to drop somewhere around the 15th and 20th picks in the 2011 NBA Draft.
The biggest concern about Fredette is that many people look at him as the second-coming of Adam Morrison, the former Gonzaga standout who is nothing but a benchwarmer for the Los Angeles Lakers.