Fredette scored 30-or-more points in 16 games this season. He also had a 52-point outing, and three 40-plus games.
Fredette has taken advantage of every opportunity placed before him.
He isn't a John Wall, but his game on the court has turned his name into a similar media outrage.
He has his on dance, his name is considered a noun, which has its on definition as well.
Outside of all the off-court things, Fredette has become a hot commodity due to his ability to drain NBA three's, and beat the opposition off the dribble.
NBA superstar Kevin Durant tweeted that Fredette is the best scorer in the world. His teammate Russell Westbrook also said, "I know just from watching him that he's going to be a great NBA player."
Fredette doesn't have a ton of post-season history, with his first Sweet 16 berth in his four year career coming this year, but he can leave the college game with his head held high.
He is among the elite players to score 1,000 points in a single season, along with shattering Danny Ainge's Mountain West Conference scoring record with 2,599 points over his career at BYU; that's an average of 18.6 points per game.
He was also present in the NCAA tournament, all four years at BYU along with ending his career with a 114-27 overall record.
Rightfully so, Fredette won the most prestigious award in College Basketball. Every player that has won Naismith National Player of the Year award, has went on to have, at the least, some success in the NBA.
Fredette owns six Mountain West Conference all-time records, along with many BYU records. Freddette was a fierce competitor, he took College Basketball by storm and everyone still wants to learn "How to Jimmer."
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