National Player of the Year Jimmer Fredette might be the most controversial prospect in the 2011 NBA Draft.
His transcendent college game is the topic of many a debate about whether or not he can succeed in the NBA with subpar size, quickness and athleticism.
One thing is for sure: every NBA team can use a dead-eye shooter with Jimmer's ridiculous range. The ability to stretch the floor with a great shooter gives point guards room to penetrate and bigs room to post.
Jimmer is one of few players in this draft who can provide a team with that.
As June's draft approaches, some prognosticators have Jimmer slipping in the first round. As unknown prospects get more exposure, Fredette, the known commodity, has begun to slip.
But how much of this is speculation and how much of it is credible? Will be surprised at how high Jimmer goes on draft day and, in hindsight, bashfully say, "Yeah, we knew he'd go there all along."
The answers are coming, but in the meantime, here's a new mock draft of all 30 first round picks.