3. Chris Clemons, Guard (Campbell)
Current AMD Rank: No. 66 overall
Clemons improved his draft stock by earning the MVP award at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament. He led all participants with 18.3 points per game, as well as 3.0 three-pointers.
He took home the Big South Player of the Year award in 2019 behind an NCAA-best 30.1 points per game. According to Basketball-Reference, his offensive win shares (6.1) ranked second-best among all college players while his player efficiency rating (33.0) ranked Top 10.
During the regular season, the guard scored 6.6 points per game when tasked with finishing possessions as the primary ballhandler in the pick-and-roll. This ranked No. 12 overall among all D1 players, via Synergy Sports. His jumper was his most valuable tool, ranking third-best with 12.2 points per game off jump-shots
However, the main concern is his size since he stands at just 5-foot-9.
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