With all apologies to Kemba Walker and Kenneth Faried, Jimmer Fredette was college basketball's best player this season, and if he takes his talents to somewhere in the pros where his game can flourish, he will be a star.
As Allen will state, a team like the New York Knicks or the Denver Nuggets would be a great place for Jimmer to showcase his stuff in the NBA for the first time.
All in all, he's got a great set of skills, and I believe he has it in him to be a superstar in basketball's most popular league.
If he is selected towards the end of the lottery, as he is currently slated, Fredette will help clubs in need of a solid player, and in turn, he would help turn these lousy teams into perennial contenders, and in all honesty, he has what it takes.
Of course he won't have the stats next season that he had in this year's campaign, but that doesn't mean that he won't have a chance to duplicate his collegiate success sometime in the future.
Jimmer Fredette has many qualities that will lead him to stardom in the future, and among those are his identity as a sharpshooter, his will to win and his will to learn.
His defense may be lacking, sure, but where does it say in the rules that you can't improve in the NBA? Isn't that what it's all about up there?
Some NBA general manager will take a chance on Jimmer this June, and regardless of who it is, scrutiny will ensue, but ultimately Jimmer will be the last one laughing when he is a premier baller at the professional rank.