- Fran Fraschilla, College Basketball
The NCAA will move the 3-point line back one foot to 20 feet, 9 inches this coming season, but these 10 guys will not be affected at all. In fact, because they have been proven shooters in college basketball, opponents often chase them back a foot or two behind the arc, but it usually doesn't slow them down.
Shooting percentages can be misleading when it comes to determining a great shooter because some of these guys are the focal point of their team's offense. Consequently, they will be defended more aggressively and, often, have to take tough, end-of-shot clock shots.
The 3-point line moving back one foot won't affect these shooters, the best in college basketball, writes Fran Fraschilla.