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I get what you're saying. I didn't mean that any of those guys can't make three point shots, but there is a difference between a killer three point shooter and an average to very good three point shooter. I say those guys are more scorers than shooters based off of what I have read about them. Randle will take some threes but he is mostly a post guy. The twins are slashers and fit Cal's dribble drive system.
Wiltjer shot 43 percent from 3 in 2012. Even in a down year he shot 37 percent in 2013. UK is gonna miss that and there is no guarantee that any of the incoming guys will be able to shoot at that level, even if they happen to be good shooters. Around 40 percent is pretty high level. UK will miss that.
I don't disagree with this. However,this class coming in seems to be one of the better one's in the past 10 years. I still will take our team overall due to the fact we have alot of shooters this year; experience at several positions; talent and athletic; great coach too. But there's alot of talent coming in this year and UL will be challenged by teams who have added great players from H.S.
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