11. Mitch Ballock Creighton
Ballock is possibly the best shooter in college basketball and requires major attention from defenders. Furthermore, he is very lethal in transition with his ability to spot up for threes. His ability to move without the basketball in the half-court is exceptional with his shot-making and quick release. Moreover, his shot preparation off the catch and dribble is sensational, as he is always in control and getting quality looks. His ability to make shots all over the perimeter makes him a unique and major factor for Creighton’s offensive success. He could become a better player with the basketball for dribble penetration and driving opportunities. Now defensively, he’s not very strong on this end, as he’s not a great athlete and can struggle to guard the ball. He brings good effort but lacks the athleticism and size to be a quality defender. Ballock is a pure shooter will continue to be a dangerous threat offensively for Creighton.
12. Justin Moore Villanova
13. Terrance Clarke Kentucky
Clarke will be another elite freshman added to the perimeter of Kentucky joining the backcourt with B.J. Boston and Devin Askew. Furthermore, he is very long and athletic which should allow him to cause havoc on the defensive end. He is really good in the open floor with his vision and ability to be a really good passer. Next, he is capable of being a three-level scorer in time with the continued shot improving. Clarke is an extremely talented player who has the ability to flourish in the Kentucky system.
14. Jordan Bohannon Iowa
15. Trent Frazier Illinois
16. Wendell Moore Duke
17. Brad Davison Wisconsin
18. CJ Frederick Iowa
19. Josiah Jordan-James Tennessee
20. Myreon Jones Penn State
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