NBA Draft: Top 5 shooting prospects in the 2020 class

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5. Jordan Roland (Northeastern University, Sr.) – 21.9 PPG, 48.1% FG, 39.4% 3P FG%

Northeastern senior Jordan Roland was rolling this season for the upstart Huskies. He totally blossomed during his final season with the club in every aspect of his game. Even though his numbers might not be as prolific as other high profile players on this list, it is worth noting that he is in the top 5 of nearly every offensive category in the CAA Conference.

His ability to shoot from all areas of the floor was the reason why Northeastern was able to perform so well this season and could open a role for him on an NBA roster in the future. Even though he’s a bit undersized at 6-foot-1 and 171 pounds, if he puts in the work there’s no question he will get a shot at the next level.

It should be noted that with this recent hiatus, the door could be open for Roland to return to school for an additional year of eligibility if the NCAA allows the rule in the coming months.