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College basketball’s Player of the Year last season, Jimmer Fredette torched the Mountain West Conference but fell short in the NCAA tournament, causing many experts to question his potential.
Fredette is a score-first point guard whose brilliant passing is often overlooked.
Fredette has the ability to score in a variety of ways, at the basket, at the free throw line, and outside the paint and arc, making him a valuable player at the next level.
Fredette’s defensive woes will hold him back however as teams struggle to take a gamble on a player that many think is poised to become the next Adam Morrison.
- Patrick Clarke
One of the biggest college stars in the nation, Fredette is viewed as a college star just not made out for the NBA game.
But there's no denying he can score, and Mike D'Antoni's New York Knicks are a perfect landing spot for gifted scorers.