Jimmer Fredette's lowly performance against Florida in the NCAA tournament is a sign of bad things to come in his NBA career.
Like Adam Morrison, Fredette is mostly a one-dimensional player who could flat-out score on the college level.
However, when Morrison got to the NBA, teams easily figured out ways to guard him on the perimeter and he is now considered one of the biggest draft busts in NBA history.
In addition, both Fredette and Morrison played in weaker college basketball conferences (Mountain West and West Coast).
Fredette will likely be a first round pick, but he might not have the speed and quickness to be a starting point guard.
What other reasons suggest that Fredette might be the second coming of Morrison, despite his different position on the floor?
Let's take a look...