2019 NBA Draft: 12 Best Three-Point Shooters Atlanta Hawks Could Select

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Dylan Windler

Dylan Windler of the Belmont Bruins produced an exceptional senior campaign that caught the eyes of many scouts. Windler helped lead the Bruins to a victory over Temple in the First Four before being defeated by Maryland in the First Round.

Windler acquitted himself well, however, with a 35-point performance against Maryland in which he showcased his gorgeous three-point jumper:

With good size at 6-foot-8 and 200 pounds (though a little more muscle wouldn’t hurt), Windler is a lethal shooter off the dribble, yet he is also a potent off-the-ball weapon as well.

In his four years at Belmont per College Basketball Reference, Windler shot 40.6 percent from deep on a 48.7 percent three-point attempt rate, showing the ability to hit his three-ball with consistency and on high volume.

In his senior year at Belmont, Windler produced 21.3 points per game, 10.8 rebounds per game, 2.5 assists per game and 1.4 steals per game as one of the best player in the Ohio Valley Conference.

Per The Stepien’s shot chart tool, which is incomplete due to the lack of OVC coverage, Windler shot 11 of 23 from NBA range on his three-pointers, good for 47.8 percent. Though that might seem high, Windler’s jumper is a thing of beauty, and if he falls out of the first round in the 2019 NBA Draft, he would be a nice fit on the Atlanta Hawks.