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6'2", 195 lbs
2010-11 Points Per Game: 28.9
There are many questions concerning Fredette, but none have to do with his scoring ability.
Fredette received a ton of national attention after the San Diego State game, being called "the best scorer in the world" by two-time NBA scoring champion Kevin Durant.
He also dropped 47 points against Utah, 42 on Colorado State and 52 against New Mexico.
Overall, he broke the 30-point barrier 16 times in 37 games.
The man can make shots from anywhere on the court and has the accuracy to match the range.
Not only does he have a good stroke, but he doesn't shy away from contact when he takes the ball to the rim.
Fredette entered college as a shooting guard and he's still getting acclimated to setting the table for his teammates at the point.
As the nation's top scorer, Fredette's offensive game will be fully rounded once he is comfortable as a facilitator in the NBA.