NBA Draft: Top 5 shooting prospects in the 2020 class

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4. Stefan Gonzalez (UC-Davis, Sr.) – 10.5 PPG, 48.6 FG%, 47.7 3P FG%

You might look at his stat line and say why is this prospect on this list, but there’s no question that Stefan Gonzalez is one of the best pure shooters in collegiate basketball. He’s shooting 48 percent from 3-point range (six attempts per game) and 49 percent from the field overall.

Plus, he’s doing all this off the bench in only 22 minutes per night. Perhaps you might view this as a small sample size, but Gonzalez has accepted a role and has mastered his craft in each season he has played at UC-Davis.

Gonzalez is another small guard prospect, at 6-foot-2, but with his shooting stroke, there’s no question that he’s going to get a shot to prove his worth at the next level. He could end up being a valuable asset for a team off the bench.