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Shot Inside: 87
He can shoot from anywhere, and that certainly includes around the rim. He has a good variety of runners and flip shots that help him score where the big men typically are.
Shot Close: 86
This attribute deals with his ability to hit jump shots from six or seven feet out to 10 or 11 feet. He doesn't put up a bunch of shots from this range, but he hits most of them.
Shot Medium: 88
From 10 feet out to the three-point line, Jimmer is fantastic. Because of the coverage his long bombs get, this is one of the most underrated aspects of his game.
Shot 3PT: 88
He hit 40 percent of his three-point attempts this year, and many of those attempts came from way behind the line and with multiple, longer defenders on him.
His ability to hit the three will absolutely translate to the next level, especially since he'll be getting more open looks. Defenses will not be able to pay him the same kind of attention on an NBA team.
Shot Low Post: 45
While Jimmer can obviously hit shots from this range, this attribute deals with his ability to hit shots out of post moves, which I don't see him doing much of in the NBA.
He hasn't really showed any low-post game at BYU, and he certainly won't in the first year or two of his pro career.
Free Throw: 89
He showed the ability to get to the line all year long (averaging nearly eight free-throw attempts per game), and knocked 'em down once he got there.
For his four-year career at BYU, he shot 88 percent from the free-throw line. In the NBA, that line is the same distance from the hoop, and that hoop is still 10 feet high. He'll keep hitting most of his freebies.
Jimmer's shown the ability to finish around the rim his whole career.
Those who didn't watch many of his games over the last few years still got a chance to see his deft finishing in BYU's tournament loss to Florida.
He can finish at the rim, among much taller defenders and with either hand.
He can dunk, but it will be extremely rare at the next level.
Standing Dunk: 25
This is the lowest possible value you can assign a specific attribute on NBA 2K11. Jimmer will never dunk from a standing position.
Shoot Off Dribble: 92
Nobody in the country could shoot off the dribble as well as Jimmer this past year (and yes, I'm including Kemba Walker).
Shoot in Traffic: 86
He faced double- and triple-teams all year long. Opposing teams built their entire defensive schemes around stopping Fredette.
Still, he scored tons of points from all over the floor, in crowds and against longer defenders.