If your looking for high scoring games in March Madness you might want to watch these players. These players are like snipers on the court. They know how to shoot the rock and will put up big numbers in the NCAA Tournament. Lets take a look at the top shooters to watch for in March Madness
Who Tops the list?
10. Sean Armand, Iona - Armand is the second-leading scorer in that arsenal, pouring in 16.6 points a night. His three-point accuracy of .412 pales in comparison to other marksmen on this list, but his total of 108 treys was good for fifth in the nation.
9. Ben McLemore, Kansas - He's The Jayhawks’ top three-point threat. He’s knocked down 62 treys on the year, hitting at a .434 clip.
8. Davon Marshall, Liberty - His 101 three-pointers made are the eighth-highest total in the country, and he’s reached that mark while hitting 43.4 percent of his long-range tries.
7. Tyrus McGee, Iowa State - He ranks 16th in the country with a .470 percentage from long range, and only one of the 15 players ahead of him can match his 87 treys made.
6. Nik Stauskas, Michigan - He takes more than 60 percent of his shots from beyond the arc, and he makes them count: He’s hit 69 treys while shooting .460 at that distance.
5. Seth Curry, Duke - No Blue Devil can equal Curry’s 2.7 treys made per game (81 in all for the season), and he’s matching his career best by shooting .435 from deep.
4. Jordan Hulls, Indiana - The senior guard also leads IU with 76 treys made on the year, meaning that better than 70 percent of his made shots have come from long range.
3. Rotnei Clarke, Butler - Clarke, a senior, is such a brilliant outside shooter that his .417 percentage from three-point range this season is actually the second-worst of his career
2. Ian Clark, Belmont - No. 9 nationally with 99 three-pointers made, the Belmont senior is hitting an astonishing 46.3 percent of his attempts from deep.
1. Doug McDermott, Creighton - Player of the Year candidate Doug McDermott is the most dangerous pure scorer in college hoops. No. 2 in the nation with 23.1 points per game, the 2011-12 All-American also boasts some of the country’s most impressive shooting percentages