Jimmer Fredette at BYU
In 2011, Jimmer Fredette was on top of the world. In his senior season at BYU, Jimmer lead the NCAA in scoring (28.9 ppg) and was named the 2011 National Player of the Year. Jimmer was a threat to score from any spot on the court — so much so — that the term “Jimmer-range” was created to describe the endless range of his deadly three-point shot.
In his senior season, he led the Cougars to the Sweet 16 and finished his career as BYU’s all-time leading scorer. His star was amplified in the early days of the social media era, despite playing at a school with the seize and exposure of Brigham Young University.