By Luke Winn
April 18, 2014
Ethan Wragge (L), the best one-note scorer, and Doug McDermott, the best high-usage scorer.
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Wragge was absurdly one-dimensional as a junior in 2012-13, taking 93.6 of his shot attempts from beyond the arc. He somehow became even more of a specialist as a senior, taking 96.7 percent (234-of-242) of his shots as threes -- with teammates speculating/joking that Wragge had more long-range attempts than dribbles. While the Lumberjack does not appear on any NBA mock drafts, he's pretty much perfect for the NBDL's Rio Grande Valley Vipers.

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