NCAA Statistics

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Take a look at what some players have to say here.

It isn't just high school players and younger that need much more actual teaching of proper shooting technique. It includes the college and professional ranks, as well. If you don't believe that to be true, then take a look at the worst free throw shooting players at the NCAA Men's Division I college level

Brandon MonroeNorfolk State4827.1
Devin HillDePaul3327.3
Emmenle PrestonMississippi Valley State1827.8
A.J. HardemanNew Mexico2828.6
Assane SeneVirginia2128.6
Will CooperEastern Michigan2128.6
Marcus KittsWilliam & Mary4528.9
Antonio PopeSoutheastern Louisiana3129
Najul ErvinNorthern Illinois3729.7
Jason BennettDetroit2630.8
Sammy ObetohMaryland-Eastern Shore3831.6
Aris WilliamsSouth Florida3432.4
Tim BrownSouthern3432.4
Xavier AlexanderGeorge Washington4032.5
Mike RinggoldRider12133.1
Mitchell HamptonLouisiana-Monroe3633.3

Information Reference: CBS Sports

Pretty unbelievable numbers, aren't they? Unbelievably poor numbers. And these are Division I college players receiving thousands of dollars in scholarship money to compete at the top collegiate level.

For the mediocre teams, missed free throws might be the difference between making and missing the NCAA Tournament. For the more talented squads, missed free throws might be the difference between winning and losing the NCAA Championship.

Like it or not, shooting from the line makes a difference. Ask for assistance from Shot Perfect before poor shooting costs your team the big game.