A four-year starter for the BYU Cougars, Jimmer Fredette was the 2011 National Player of the Year in college basketball, and broke BYU’s career scoring record, previously held by Danny Ainge. His scoring proficiency became a bit of an internet sensation, when the term “Jimmer” became a verb for having a large amount of points being scored on an opponent by Fredette.
The Sacramento Kings made him the 10th overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft. However, by 2015, Fredette was relegated to the NBA’s Development League, and he currently plays overseas in China. Where his career has flourished into hall of fame caliber.