2015 NBA Draft: 5 Prospects Heat should have on their Radar

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Michael Frazier II, SG/SF, 6’4″ 199 lbs., Florida, Junior

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Michael Frazier had a breakout year under the careful watch of Florida Head Coach, Billy Donovan. After the departure of  starting guard, Kenny Boynton, Frazier was inserted into the starting lineup and developed into one of the nation’s top elite three-point specialists. Frazier averaged 12.4 points and 3.5 rebounds per game, while shooting 44 percent from three-point range.

Frazier does not offer much else on the offensive or defensive end, meaning he’ll never be starting caliber in the NBA. However, three-point specialists are needed on every NBA roster.

If Frazier can emulate his three-point shooting from last year, expect his draft stock to rise.